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New photograph of missing city woman

Suzanne Pilley
Suzanne Pilley vanished more than a week ago in Edinburgh

A new photo of a missing bookkeeper who failed to turn up to work, despite getting within 100m of her office, has been released by police.

Suzanne Pilley, 38, vanished on Tuesday 4 May, with her parents describing her uncharacteristic disappearance as their "worst nightmare".

Police said they were "gravely concerned" for her safety and believe she may be the victim of a crime.

She was seen on CCTV at 0851 BST at the Sainsbury's store in St Andrew Square.

However, she failed to turn up to her work just 100m away in Thistle Street.

Ms Pilley, from Stenhouse, is white, 5ft 4in, of slim build with short, light-brown hair in a bob.

She was wearing a light-blue waterproof jacket, red fleece top, light-blue trousers or jeans and trainers.

When last seen, she was carrying a shoulder bag and a water bottle.

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