Officers investigating the disappearance of Beth Sharp have now released an image of her along with a man she may be with.

Beth Sharp was last seen around 4.30pm on Sunday December 27 after she told her family she was going out for a walk.

It is believed that she arranged to meet up with her boyfriend Thomas Daly, 24, after making plans to leave the area.

However, there are increasing concerns for her welfare as she does not have vital medication with her, and it is out of character for her to be out of contact for this long.

The pair were last seen on 27 December at 1.50pm walking through the underpass at Walton-on-Thames train station.

Thomas is described as white, 5ft 9 tall, of average build with short brown hair and was wearing a light brown coat with dark-coloured jeans, black trainers and a brown checked baseball cap.

He has links to the Croydon, South London and Epsom areas.

Beth is described as white, around 5'6" and of slim to average build. She has long blonde hair with darker roots, and a tattoo behind her left heel of the letter "J".

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East Surrey Inspector Iain Scott said: “We believe that Beth has voluntarily arranged to meet up with Thomas and that they are a couple.

"However, we are growing increasingly concerned for her welfare due to the fact that she does not have the medication that she needs with her.

“We would like to stress that Thomas is not in any trouble and that we simply need both of them to make contact with us so we can check they are safe and well.”

Anyone who has been in contact with Beth or Thomas, or believes they have seen someone matching their photos and descriptions since last Sunday, is asked to make contact with Surrey Police quoting reference PR/45200136732 on 101 or using the "live Chat" function on the Surrey Police website ( which will connect you direct to a call handler.

Anyone who knows where Beth or Thomas currently are, should call 999 so that officers can attend and ensure they are safe.