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Police, family concerned for woman not seen since December 30

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Queensland police have issued a fresh plea for public assistance to help locate Amy Schulkins, a mother of five, who was last seen driving in Caboolture in her Nissan Patrol more than a month ago.

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Schulkins’ wife, family and friends have rallied to find her, however police today said there had been no new confirmed sightings of the 36-year-old.

Schulkins was last seen in her white, 2001 Nissan Patrol, registration 257VTN, headed towards a crossroads that could have taken her in any number of directions. It is not known where she went next.

“The most recent photo of Amy was her vehicle was taken just before midnight on Lower King Street, Caboolture heading towards the Bruce Highway and Bribie Island interchange,” police said in a statement.

“Further investigations suggest she visited a Morayfield Road address in Burpengary after leaving a John Street residence in Caboolture South the same night.”

Police described Schulkins as caucasian, around 160cm in height, of a larger build with spiky brown hair and blue eyes.

“Investigations are continuing and at this stage there is nothing suspicious surrounding the circumstances leading to her disappearance,” police said.

Anyone with information should contact PoliceLink.

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