Police have released images of a green and silver Subaru Outback they believe missing woman Allecha Boyd may have been using on the day of her disappearance.
The vehicle is believed to have travelled from Wagga to Coolamon on Thursday, August 10 – the last time Ms Boyd was believed to be sighted at a supermarket on Gurwood Street
Inspector Darren Cloake from Wagga Police said it was through public appeal that new information regarding the missing woman was identified.
“Police enquiries to date have identified the vehicle and are not in a position to give the registration of that vehicle,” he said.
“We are unable to say who was driving (the vehicle) however that person is known to us.”
Mr Cloake noted that police have been working backward on the case after Ms Boyd was reported missing on August 28, 18 days after her last sighting.
He said that police were unable to reveal the identify of the driver until more information was processed.
“We’ve had to work backward with the timeline of her disappearance,” he said.
“The timeline with this matter is that she went missing some days before the actual reports of her being missing were made.
“The information that is coming forward needs to be checked, validated and confirmed. Until that happens, we’re not in a position to identify who the driver is other than to state the basic details of what has been provided.”
The vehicle was sighted in “the Coolamon township” and police left details "as basic as possible” to encourage those people with information to come forward.
“We know (the vehicle) was sighted in the Coolamon township at this stage,” Inspector Cloake said.
“We call upon any (Coolamon) residents there about the date (of the disappearance) that if they do have holdings of their CCTV or security cameras, to review that footage from 1:30pm onward from August 10.
“Go forward from that point and see if a green Subaru pictured in the footage has been seen at that time.
“Regular contact is kept with the family and we keep an open mind about these matters.
“We do know that there has been no access to her financial accounts or phone records and alike.”
Police have “serious thoughts” that images of Ms Boyd in the Gurwood Street supermarket may have been her and made a public appeal for anyone with information to come forward.
If you have any details on the disappearance of Allecha Boyd, contact Wagga Police anonymously on 6922 2599 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.