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By Tristan Harris Thursday 07 August 2014 Updated: 13/08 11:41
THE FAMILY of Eve Cullen who has now been missing from for three weeks say they have had 'overwhelming' support from people via social media.
They thanked everyone for their help in trying to find her and urged people to continue their efforts.
The 52-year-old married mum-of-three has not been seen since she left her Hollywood home on July 17 and the police are growing increasingly concerned for her welfare.
West Mercia Police appeals to find Eve have been shared more than 900 times on Facebook and retweeted more than 200 times on Twitter.
Officers would like to join the family in thanking people for their help in sharing the appeals, while also urging them to continue to support the ongoing police operation to find Eve.
One of her daughters, Laura Cullen, 20, said: “I would like to thank every single person who has helped us.
"The support over Facebook and Twitter has been really overwhelming and really nice, so let’s all continue to work together and help find my mum.
“Mum, please get in touch with us so we know how you are doing and that you are safe.”
Eve, who also has 15-year-old twins, is 5ft 9ins tall, of medium build and has brown collar-length hair and glasses.
When she was last seen, she was wearing a mustard t-shirt, green three quarter length trousers and white trainers.
Det Insp Jill Fowler said: “We continue to appeal for anyone with any information regarding the whereabouts of Eve, no matter how insignificant you may think it is, to contact police.
“There is no evidence to suggest that Eve has come to any harm, but we would like to see her to ensure she is safe and well.
"Eve, we would urge you to make contact with police by phoning the non-emergency number 101.”
Officers are also asking people to report any sightings of a woman matching Eve’s description to West Mercia Police by calling 101.
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