Emma Faulds: Car journeys may hold key to finding body
A man has been charged with murdering the youth worker, who hasn't been seen since April 28.
Police searching for the body of a 'murdered' woman are focusing on the area around the A714 road.
Emma Faulds, 39, was last seen at Fairfield Park in Monkton, Ayrshire, on Sunday, April 28 and a man has been charged with her murder.
Detectives believe the movements of two vehicles on the Girvan to Newton Stewart route may hold the key to finding the youth worker's remains.
They want to trace the journeys taken by a black Mercedes on Monday, April 29 and a black Jaguar the following day.
A police helicopter is being used to map the area while a special website has been set up so drivers can upload dashcam footage.
Detective Chief Inspector Martin Fergus said: "I believe the A714 route is key to helping us find Emma and I am appealing again to those who use this route regularly, please take time to think back and consider if you saw a Mercedes or Jaguar car on this road or parked up somewhere, or even off road.
"If you have dash cam footage, please take the time to go through and check it. You may not realise it but you could have captured footage of the vehicles in these locations which could provide us with vital information and assist us in finding Emma."
Ross Willox, from Ayrshire, has been accused of murdering Ms Faulds and attempting to defeat the ends of justice.
The 39-year-old made no plea or declaration during a private hearing at Ayr Sheriff Court last week and was committed for further examination.
He was remanded in custody and will appear in court at a later date.
DCI Fergus said Ms Fauld's family were going through "unimaginable" pain while they waited for answers.
He said: "What Emma's family is going through is unimaginable and our priority is to find her.
"I am thankful to members of the public who have been in touch and have provided us with valuable information which has led us to explore this area."