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Police are seeking assistance to locate 31-year-old Jessica Burgess, who was last seen in the Tweed Heads area on Monday (January 14 ) wearing a long cream dress.

Police say Jessica is well known in the Byron Bay area but cannot confirm if she has made her way from Tweed Heads to Byron Bay on this occasion.

Police and family members have concerns for Jessica’s safety.

If anyone sees Jessica can they please call Tweed Heads Police on 07 55069499 or Byron Bay Police on 0266859499.

These images are about 12 months old and her appearance may have changed somewhat.


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