A missing woman who is believed to caught a coach to Plymouth may have crossed the border and travelled on to Penryn.

Police from the West Midlands area say they are growing concerned for 40-year-old Naomi Williams, missing from the Bournville area.

She is believed to have caught a coach from Birmingham on Thursday evening (July 21) to Plymouth Coach Station.

Police say she may be in Plymouth or Penryn, and have asked people to call 999 if they see her.

Naomi is described as being a black female, who was last seen wearing a black beanie style hat, glasses, a white medical mask, a black coat with a white Everlast logo, black T-shirt and black bottoms. She was also wearing black trainers and carrying a black rucksack.

Police say she is using a walking stick on her right side, which they believe is due to a walking ailment that causes her to walk with a limp.

Naomi Williams is missing from the Birmingham area  Picture: D&C Police

Naomi Williams is missing from the Birmingham area Picture: D&C Police

Devon and Cornwall Police have now also issued an appeal for information, with a force spokesperson saying: "Devon and Cornwall Police are urging the public to call in, quoting log number 1030 22/07/2022, with any sightings or information they may have on the whereabouts of Naomi, to check on her welfare and ensure she is safe."

Birmingham Police have said: "The 40-year-old has been missing from Bournville since around 7pm on Thursday evening and we’re very worried about her.

"She’s wearing a black tracksuit.

"If you have seen her or know where she is, call us on 999 quoting log 4096 of 21/7."