Chilling final CCTV of woman, 30, walking into a lift is released two months after she vanished as police investigate her sudden disappearance
- Samah Baker, 30, last seen on January, 4, when she was dropped off at home
- She was reported missing by family who were unable to get in contact with her
- Police are treating disappearance as suspicious and have shared CCTV footage
- Detectives also investigating whether someone has been using her social media
Chilling footage of a woman getting into a lift two days before she vanished two months ago has been revealed.
Samah Baker, 30, was last seen in the early hours of January 4, when her friend dropped her off at her home in Early Street, Parramatta.
Relatives reported her missing after they were unable to get in contact with her later that day.
Posts have since been made on Ms Baker’s social media accounts but police are investigating whether they were made by someone else with access to her account.
Samah Baker, 30, was last seen in the early hours of January 4, when her friend dropped her off at her Parramatta home
Investigators have released CCTV footage of Ms Baker inside the Vibe Hotel, North Sydney, two days before her disappearance.
The footage shows her entering a elevator at the hotel wearing a black and white spotted top with denim shorts.
She exits a short time later before walking in the opposite direction to the male who was also in the lift.
Ms Baker and a friend had stayed at the hotel before travelling to St Michael’s Church in Belfield. She then had drinks at Chinatown and dinner in Coogee before her male friend dropped her at home, reported The Daily Telegraph.
Police are treating her disappearance as suspicious and have established Strike Force Boutcher to investigate
Ms Baker is described as having green eyes, long dark hair, approximately 160cm tall, with a medium build and has the word hope tattooed on her left wrist.
Parramatta Police Area Commander, Superintendent Julie Boon said: ‘It’s very unusual for her not to contact her family for such a long period of time, and there were no known plans of her to leave her home or Sydney.
‘Despite her social media account being updated since she was reported missing, investigators are examining the possibility she may have met with foul play.’
Police are treating her disappearance as suspicious and established Strike Force Boutcher to investigate.
Investigators have released CCTV footage of Ms Baker two days before she disappeared in a North Sydney hotel
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