CCTV released of missing Polish woman Magdalena Krawiec

CCTV of Magdalena Krawiec. Pic: via Devon and Cornwall Police Magdalena Krawiec was last seen walking on Marine Drive in Paignton

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CCTV images of a missing Polish woman from the night she disappeared have been released by police in Devon.

Magdalena Krawiec, 20, has not been seen since 13 May after going to work at Paignton's Blue Seafood Company.

An image of her walking on Marine Drive near the town's Redcliffe Hotel, in the direction of Torquay timed at 20:17 BST was the last-known sighting of her.

Police said they are very concerned for her and that her disappearance was "out of character".

'Substanital resources'

Ms Krawiec had returned to the UK on 12 May, having previously worked at the seafood company.

Devon and Cornwall Police said they were "very concerned" for her as her disappearance was believed to be "out of character".

The force said officers were handing out posters in English and Polish to appeal for information and to reassure the Polish community.

Magdalena Krawiec. Pic: via Devon and Cornwall Police The 20-year-old returned to the UK on 12 May

Officers said they were "aware some members were feeling concerned for their safety following Ms Krawiec's disappearance".

"Police are pursuing every possible line of enquiry and have allocated a substantial amount of resources to the ongoing investigation," a spokesman said.

Ms Krawiec, who is 5'10" (1.8m), had some knowledge of the local area and was wearing grey tight-fitting jeans or leggings and a black top when she went missing.

Police also appealed for any other CCTV from private or commercial cameras, saying they wanted to examine any footage dated from 18:00 BST on 13 May to 01:00 on 14 May.

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