VIDEO: CCTV footage released of missing Cambridgeshire mum
POLICE have released CCTV images of a missing Peterborough mum who has not been since for almost a week.
The mother-of-one, Vitalija Baliutaviciene, was captured on CCTV in Broadway, Peterborough, at 4.20pm last Thursday.
She has not been seen since leaving her home in Burmer Road, New England, at 5.10am on Friday.
Now police have released footage of her the evening before she disappeared and a new picture of the 29-year-old.
Det Insp Martin Brunning said: “We are very concerned about Vitalija and are keen to speak to anyone who saw her on Friday morning, or had contact with her in the week leading up to her disappearance.
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“In particular we want to hear from people who were in the area of Burmer Road and Thistlemoor Road between 5am and 7am on Friday.
“We want to hear from anyone who had contact with her, any information no matter how small could be vital in finding out what has happened to her.”
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Vitalija was due to walk down Lincoln Road to an employment agency in Geneva Street, however she did not arrive.
She is described as white, blonde, 5ft and slim. It is believed she was wearing light blue three-quarter length light blue jeans, a blue denim jacket, light plimsoll trainers. She was also carrying a distinctive coloured bag.
Det Insp Brunning said: “The bag is brightly coloured and very distinctive. “From a distance it looks like a butterfly pattern. We are keen to speak to anyone who has seen that bag or found it in a garden since Friday.”
Anyone with any information should call Det Insp Brunning on 0345 456 456 4 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.