Search for Constance continues at Goupong Park
UPDATE, 11AM: The search for missing woman Constance Cafarella is continuing three days after the last confirmed sighting of the 23-year-old.
Ms Cafarella was captured by a Safe City camera on Smith Rd Redbank, about an hour after she left her Brisbane Rd home at noon on Sunday.
She was wearing blue long pants, a red scarf and top.
Ipswich police Inspector Keith McDonald said today the search for Ms Cafarella was continuing around Goupong Park where police and SES started searching yesterday.
Inspector McDonald said SES, mounted police and police riding trail bikes were searching for the woman.
Ms Cafarella is described as Caucasian, about 155cm tall with a slim build and brown hair.
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6AM, WEDNESDAY: Police were growing increasingly anxious for the safety of 23-year-old woman Constance Cafarella last night following a day of desperate searching in Redbank.
The last confirmed sighting of Ms Cafarella was on Smith Rd Redbank, minutes after she left her Brisbane Rd home at noon on Sunday.
She was seen walking down Smiths Rd on Safe City security footage just after 1pm, wearing blue long pants, a red scarf and top.
Ipswich District Inspector Keith McDonald said Ms Cafarella's husband had become increasingly upset as the search for his wife continued.
"He is distraught and upset and pleading for anyone who knows any information to come forward," he said yesterday.
Insp McDonald hopes images of Ms Cafarella will prompt the public's memory.
"We hope we may trigger the memory of someone who saw her walking past the bushland on Sunday afternoon."
Police yesterday set up a command post at Goupong Park, co-ordinating volunteers through a search of the surrounding bushland.
Ipswich SES began searching thick bushland around Old Ipswich Rd and Fox St Redbank at 11am. Police used trail bikes to search through inaccessible scrub.
As the search entered the afternoon, police called in the POLAIR helicopter for an aerial search of thick bushland.
But the effort revealed no trace of Ms Cafarella.
Police believe there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding her disappearance.
The couple moved to Redbank only a few months ago.
Ms Cafarella is believed to be deeply religious.
Police were notified after Ms Cafarella's husband had not had any contact from his wife.
Insp McDonald said the search would resume this morning. He said they remained hopeful of finding her safe.
Ms Cafarella is described as Caucasian in appearance, about 155cm tall, with a slim the build and brown hair.
UPDATE, TUESDAY 4PM: Police have released CCTV images of a 23-year-old woman reported missing from Redbank as they renew their appeal for public assistance into the matter.
Constance Cafarella was last seen in person at her home address on Brisbane Road at around midday on Sunday.
Around 1pm a CCTV camera shows Ms Cafarella crossing the road on nearby Smith Street.
Police hold serious concerns for her welfare as she has not made contact with anyone since Sunday.
SES volunteers joined police searching Goupong Park at Collingwood Park today.
Ms Cafarella is described as Caucasian in appearance, around 155cm tall, with a slim build and brown hair.
Police urge anyone who may have seen her on Sunday or have any information which could assist in the investigation to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
CCTV footage from Smith Street, Redbank can be viewed here: youtube.com