DETECTIVES investigating the disappearance of Ermatati Rodgers have re-released a picture to try and trace the distinctive trousers she was wearing.
Ermatati, from Gwersyllt, near Wrexham, was wearing the black trousers with a thick white stripe when she was captured on CCTV in the Somerfield supermarket in Gwersyllt on January 4 this year.
Ermatati, known as Tati, from Indonesia, was last seen on CCTV shopping at the Gwersyllt Somerfield on the afternoon of January 4.
She sent a text message two hours later.
She was due to meet friends for lunch in Treuddyn on January 5, but never arrived.
Detective Chief Inspector Wayne Jones said: “All the items of clothing that she was wearing at the time have been accounted for, with the exception of the trousers.
“We would urge anyone who has seen or found trousers similar to these, possibly abandoned, to contact North Wales Police.”
DCI Jones is also renewing the police appeal to trace all those who bought a specific suitcase, which is described as being a large lilac “Starburst” Trolley Case, from the TJ Hughes store in Wrexham since January this year.
He said: “Despite a good response to the appeal for the suitcase we are still keen to speak to anyone who has purchased a suitcase of this specific design from the Chester Street store in Wrexham. We would also like to hear from anyone who has seen such a suitcase abandoned or discarded since January 2008.”
Anyone with information relating to the trousers or the suitcase is asked to contact North Wales Police on 0845 6071001 (Welsh line), 0845 6071002 (English line) or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.