Haunting CCTV shows missing Natalie Jenkins who vanished three weeks ago – The Sun

HAUNTING CCTV footage of a missing woman has been released by cops three weeks after she vanished.

Detectives investigating the disappearance of "vulnerable" Natalie Jenkins, 32, have pieced together her last known movements using the footage.

Natalie, from Thornaby, North Yorks, was last seen on Stockton Road in the town at around 7.45pm on December 10.
Police are increasingly concerned for her welfare and have uncovered three pieces of footage of Natalie on the day she disappeared.

The footage, which has been slowed down, shows her talking on a mobile phone.

She is wearing dark coloured fur-lined boots, a dark coloured coat, white hat, trousers and a light coloured top.

The CCTV is the last confirmed moving footage of her before she was reported missing.

Officers believe that she was at her home address on Westbury Street, Thornaby, at 10am on December 11.


Ms Jenkins's movements from then are unknown and she has not been in touch with family or friends.

Acting Detective Chief Inspector Jon Tapper, from Cleveland Police, said: “This moving footage is the latest moving footage we have of Natalie.

"I want to appeal to people who may have seen Natalie on December 10 or 11 to come forward.

"CCTV is so important to this investigation and I want to specifically appeal to anyone who has commercial or private CCTV in the Thornaby or Middlesbrough areas to check for any sightings of Natalie on December 10 or 11.

“We have a team investigating Natalie’s disappearance and have a number of lines of enquiry, but need the public to come forward with information.

"It’s never an inconvenience to us as it might be the key to unlocking something in the case.”

Ms Jenkins is described as white, of very slim build, around 5ft 5ins tall, with a fair complexion and straight brown hair.

She has hazel eyes, a missing front tooth and two tattoos – one saying SWANN on her neck and another on her wrist saying SWANNY.

Anyone with information as to Natalie’s whereabouts or anyone who may have seen her, is asked to contact Cleveland Police on 101.

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