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Police are seeking help to find Deborah Cox, who has been missing for more than eight months in the Murwillumbah area. Photo supplied.

Police are appealing for public assistance to locate a woman believed to have gone missing on the North Coast.

Deborah Cox, aged 59, was last seen by her family about eight months ago when she was living in the Murwillumbah / Cabarita area.

Her family reported her missing to police on Saturday (July 14).

Officers from Tweed / Byron Police District have now commenced inquiries into her disappearance and have concerns for her welfare.

They’re appealing for public assistance as they attempt to locate her.

Deborah is described as being of Caucasian appearance, approximately 170cm to 175cm tall, with a thin build, brown eyes and short dark/grey hair.

Anyone who sees her or believes they know her whereabouts is urged to contact police.


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