Police seek help to find missing New South Wales woman Janice Botham

Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate missing New South Wales woman Janice Botham.

The 72-year-old travelled to the Canterbury International Motel in Forest Hill, Victoria from New South Wales on Tuesday 23 April.

It is believed she left the hotel about 9am on 24 April to attend a sports event at Fletcher Road, Chirnside Park.

She was driving her white Mitsubishi Challenger registered with New South Wales number plates AJ37EU.

Police and family had concerns for her welfare as she failed to arrive at the event or make contact with family.

She was reached via mobile phone about 3am on 25 April and it was established she believed she had travelled to the Chiltern area.

She has not made contact since and was believed to be disorientated when last contact was made.

She was reported missing at 11.30am today by her family.

Janice is described as 152cm tall with a medium build, grey and black shoulder length hair.

She was last seen wearing black jeans and a black top with three-quarter length sleeves.

Police have released an image of Janice and a vehicle similar to hers in the hope someone recognises her and can provide information regarding her current whereabouts.

Anyone with information about Janice is urged to contact Wodonga Police Station on 02 6049 2600.

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