WYCOMBE’S top policeman said his officers are doing everything they can to trace a ‘vulnerable’ missing woman – who is a serving police sergeant.

Police have again renewed their appeal to the public to help trace Louise Gibson, who was last seen in Great Kingshill at 5.30pm on Thursday.

Wycombe’s LPA Commander Supt Ed McLean has this afternoon described the 43-year-old as a “high risk” missing person and revealed she is a sergeant based out of Wycombe police station.

He said: “We are continuing to do everything to locate Louise and I urge anyone who may have seen her to get in touch, as we are getting increasingly concerned for her welfare.

“As with any high risk missing person investigation, significant resources are being dedicated to safely locate her.

“Her family is being kept fully updated and is being supported by specially trained officers.

“And Louise, if you see this, I just want to make sure you are safe and well. Please contact us.”

Ms Gibson is white, 5ft 7ins tall, of slim build with long, straight blonde hair.

Police said she was wearing a grey thigh-length jacket with a fur collar, light blue jeans and black boots when she disappeared.

She has links to Macclesfield in Cheshire, officers have said.

Contact police on the 101 enquiry line with any information about her whereabouts or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.