POLICE are appealing for Ayrshire wide assistance to help trace a woman reported missing from Dundonald.

Lisa Haining was last seen in the early hours of Friday January 20, in the Castle View area of Dundonald.

Officers say they are becoming increasingly concerned for the 50-year-old's welfare.

Having first made appeals for public assistance on January 20, police have now extended the area of their search.

They say they are keen to check areas Lisa is known to visit - which has led them to liaise with officers in Oban.

Police are now increasingly keen to locate Lisa's car - a white Renault Twingo with the registration SJ65 JXP.

Lisa is described as being of a slim build, and around five feet tall. She has dyed blonde hair with dark roots.

When she was last seen on Friday, she was known to be wearing black leggings, an olive green shirt, and brown jacket and a pair of white trainers.

Inspector Paul Richmond said: “Despite extensive enquiries, searches and previous appeals, we have yet to locate Lisa. We are extremely concerned for her wellbeing and safety.

“We are continuing to study CCTV from in and around the Dundonald area to gather more information on where she was headed after she left the Castle View area in the early hours of Friday morning. We are also working to locate her white Renault Twingo with the registration SJ65 JXP.

“Officers have been checking areas she is known to visit and we know that she has visited the Oban area a number of times. We are liaising with our police colleagues in Oban in case she has travelled there.

“This is a very upsetting time for Lisa’s family who just want her traced and back home with them as soon as possible.

“If you have seen Lisa or her car since Friday morning, or you have any information that may assist, no matter how insignificant it may seem, please contact us.

"Any information should be passed to officers through 101 with reference 0588 of January 20.”