TIMELINE: All the details of Brooms Head search
FOLLOWING a five-day search of a campground near Brooms Head, police called off the search for Anne-Marie Jeffery, who was reported missing last Tuesday.
The large-scale search involved at times up to 60 people scouring bushland and coastal areas to no avail.
The Daily Examiner has been covering the search each day, and has a list of stories that chronicle how the search unfolded.
Serious concerns are held for the welfare of Annemarie Jeffery, aged 73.,
She was last seen at the campground in Lake Arragan, just north of Brooms Head, about 9am today as she failed to return to her campsite and her family has not been able to locate her.
THE WESTPAC rescue helicopter was one of many emergency services called as part of a large-scale search of a campground near Brooms Head.
Emergency services were joined by the police dog and marine units in the continuing search
Police reveal that missing 73-year-old woman is from Coffs Harbour and was at the campsite with her husband and friends a search widens to 5km radius.
Police still hold hope of finding missing woman as search radius extends further out from Brooms Head campsite.
Police and community members join for 1km wide search in desperate attempt to find missing woman.
Grafton police station officer-in-charge Chief Inspector Jo Reid said that they would continue to do all they could to keep the investigation at the forefront of people's minds.
Ms Jeffery is described as being of caucasian appearance, with a slim build and grey hair. She was wearing a red and pink top, woollen leggings, red shoes, and a beanie.
Police are appealing for any information related to the case, and urge the public to contact Crimestoppers.