Plea from family desperate to track down 24-year-old Abbey Lamont missing from the NSW Illawarra
- The family of a girl who went missing three days ago are desperate to find her
- Abbey Lamont-Salter, 24, dropped out of contact on Sunday October 11
- She is known to spend time in the Illawarra region, on the NSW South Coast
- Her sister has launched a desperate plea for information to track her down
By Louise Ayling and Claudia Poposki For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 08:17 BST, 13 October 2020 | Updated: 08:17 BST, 13 October 2020
Abbey Lamont-Salter (pictured) was last spoken to on October 11 and hasn't been seen since
The family of a 24-year-old woman who disappeared three days ago have issued a desperate plea to track her down.
Abbey Lamont-Salter, 24, was last seen in the Illawarra region, south of Sydney, on Monday.
Her sister Casey Knight has launched an appeal on social media on Tuesday in an attempt to try and reunite her with the rest of the family.
'My sister Abbey Lamont has been missing for 72 hours,' she wrote.
'Can you please contact or Lake Illawarra police If you have any idea of her whereabouts or know anyone who might know something, anything!
'At this stage finding her car may give us the most answers.
'I need to find my sister.'
Police said the 24-year-old dropped out of contact on October 11 and she is believed to be driving a white Toyota Corolla with New South Wales number plate BOB 857.
Ms Lamont-Salter (pictured) is known to hang out around beaches in the Illawarra region, on the New South Wales' South Coast
She is believed to be driving a white Toyota Corolla (pictured) with New South Wales number plate BOB 857
According to her sister the car 'has a banged up headlight'.
She is known to spend time around beaches in the Illawarra region.
Police describe Abbey as between 160cm and 165cm in height, with a thin build.
She has black hair and brown eyes.
Anyone who has seen Abbey or knows where she may be is urged to contact Lake Illawarra police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Her family are desperate to track her down, posting an emotional plea online for information about her whereabouts