Police have thanked local residents for their help in the continuing search for missing Ferrybridge mum Vicki Milton.
Concerned friends and residents joined police in holding searches for the missing 42-year-old across the area last weekend.
Mrs Milton was last seen leaving her home in Ferrybridge at around 7.45am on Thursday, April 17.
Insp Geoff Carter of Pontefract and Knottingley neighbourhood policing team (NPT) said: “I would like to thank the residents of Knottingley and Ferrybridge for their help with the search for Vicki.
“Everyone was really helpful during the searches last weekend. The enquiry to Vicki remains ongoing.”
Insp Carter said another specialist team searched Pontefract on Monday but there had still been no information to help find Mrs Milton.
She is described as 5ft 2in tall, of a large build, with very short white blonde hair and blue eyes. She has a tattoo of a flower on her left wrist and tattoos of a flower and a butterfly on her left hand.
She was last seen wearing a black woolly jumper, dark denim jeans and grey Converse trainers.
Police said since her disappearance specialist search teams, police helicopters, divers and police dog units had been involved in the search around Ferrybridge and Knottingley.
Searches have also been carried out at Fairburn Ings nature reserve, which Mrs Milton liked to visit.
Anyone with any information that could help locate Mrs Milton should contact Wakefield CID on 101.