The family of a mother from Nuthall who has been missing for almost a month are appealing to the public to help bring her home safely.
Gloris Smith, 50, was last seen on 22 October 2014 in Worksop.
It is believed that the mother, from Nuthall, then travelled to Rotherham and she has not been seen since.
This is the second time this year that Gloris, also known as Glos, has gone missing.
In July, she was found safe and well in Derby after her family had not seen her for a week.
Gloris is around 5ft tall and of a slim build.
She is slimmer than in the photograph and may now have short, Afro-style hair.
Gloris’ family are increasingly worried about her wellbeing and are desperate for her to return home safely.
Daughter Nicola had noticed that her mother had been feeling low before she went missing.
“She said she couldn’t really speak to us about it but it obviously got too much for her,” she said.
Nicola has urged anybody with information to contact the police immediately.
She added: “We are worried about her and it has turned our lives upside down. We just want her to come back safely”
Anyone who has seen Gloris or knows her whereabouts should call 101.