FAMILY and friends of missing Caboolture woman, Sandrine Jourdan have pleaded to the public via social networking sites to spread the word of her disappearance.
On Tuesday, police once again put the call out to the community for assistance to help find Ms Jourdan after searches of Caboolture bushland with the assistance of State Emergency Services failed to locate any trace of her.
The 37-year-old single mum was last seen on July 13 where she was believed to have left a residence on Tomlinson Rd, Caboolture.
She has not made contact with friends, family or police since then.
Ms Jourdan was last seen wearing a light mauve long sleeve jumper and dark coloured dress pants
She was described as being Caucasian in appearance, approximately 164cms tall with a proportionate build and has brown hair, brown eyes and is believed to be of French descent.
Ms Jourdan has not made contact with family of friends since that day and police hold grave concerns for her welfare.
Queensland Police Service first notified the public of Ms Jourdan's disappearance on July 21, eight days after she was believed to have gone missing.
The delay sparked criticism from the public online.
However a police social media spokesman said that it was up to investigators as to what point, if any, they go public with missing persons cases.
"With a lot of missing persons cases the people involved are not necessarily missing and simply do not wish to be found by someone," the spokesman said.
"It is the detective's job to make the decision to go public based on all the facts from the case and whether or not it will benefit."
Sandrine's aunt pleaded to the public via Facebook to spread the word about the disappearance.
"Everyone share this, we just want our beautiful niece to be found," she said.
"All of the family is very concerned about her welfare, we love and miss her dearly."
Former Dakabin High School students also shared their concerns for Sandrine's welfare online.
"I was good friends with Sandrine's younger sister and we all caught the bus together. Thoughts are with her family at this time, they must be terrified for her safety and well being."
"I went to school with these sisters and she is such a lovely soul."
Have you seen Sandrine? Anyone with information which could assist police with their investigations should contact Crime Stoppers anonymously via 1800.333.000 or crimestoppers.com.au 24hrs a day. Crime Stoppers is a charitable community volunteer organisation working in partnership with the Queensland Police Service.