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Request after creepy images of missing mother

Request after creepy images of missing mother
Request after creepy images of missing mother

The family of a mother missing for more than a month say they just want to “know she’s OK” as police release grisly images of her.

Missing woman spotted on doorbell camera

Renee, 42, left her home on Western Hwy, Warrenheip in regional Victoria at around 1.25pm ​​on May 30 and has not been found since.

The woman left her home with her black cat, Shadow, who was later found in front of a nearby house.

Police are searching for 42-year-old Warrenheip woman Renee, who left her home in the Victoria area and has not been found since. Photo: Victoria Police

On June 2, at approximately 6 a.m., Renee rang the doorbell at a home on Buchanan Dr. She asked the resident for clothing and water.

Footage from the home’s doorbell shows Renee shivering on the porch before crouching down to put on a second sweater over her clothes.

Renee then left the building with two bottles of water.

Renee’s 22-year-old daughter, Bianca Tayla-King, told media that both she and her brothers are hoping for the “best case scenario”.

“If there is any chance my mother sees this, I want her to know that even though she doesn’t want to be found, we just want to know she is OK and that she contacts me or my brothers,” she said, according to the Herald Sun.

“She didn’t say anything that would alert us or that she might be missing.”

Police continue to search for Renee, a month after she disappeared. Photo: Victoria Police

Ms Tayla-King said the whole family is “really worried” as they continue to search for Renee.

“If she needs help, we are there to help,” she said.

Police and family are concerned for Renee’s welfare as temperatures in the area continue to drop.

Police are even more concerned because Renee has not had access to her bank accounts for over a month.

She is described as white, of slim build and approximately 5ft 7in tall with blond hair.

She was last seen wearing a gray hooded sweater.

Anyone with information should contact Ballarat Police Station on (03) 5336 6000 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.