A family of 39-years old Alison Danks has requested people to help them find their daughter who was vanished more than two weeks ago.
Alison Danks who runs a pet sitting company Pet Care solutions was last seen near an Outwood Academy Bydales School, in Marske, North Yorkshire, on May 23. She was donning a mustard-color anorak and ugg boots when she was last seen.
Her brother Mathew Bishop has requested people to help him track his sister. He said she was caring and loving and attached to everyone and when she got disappeared everyone was sad.
Her family said that if Alison saw their plea let them know that she is safe. Alison also has two cats at home who she loves called Mollie and Oscar.
Alison’s brother said the only thing they want from Alison that she returned home safely. He disclosed that she loves her cats so much she never thinks to leave them unless she was really struggling with something.
Police also said that the golden time has passed. Alison’s distraught family requested people to share information with them if someone happens to know about her.
Detective Chief Inspector Chris Motson, of Cleveland Police, disclosed that this is long time for Alison not to be in touch with her family.
Police also started searching for her. Police described her as 5 ft 6 inch tall with fair complexion and green eyes. She has blonde hair.