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Sydney mother vanished on Christmas Day

  • Tanya Laws, 39, was last seen at an Engadine property at 8pm on Monday.
  • Her husband Stephen took to Facebook to ask for assistance in finding his wife.
  • Ms Laws suffers a medical condition and there are concerns for her welfare 

Police are desperately searching for a mother-of-three who went missing from a Sydney home on Christmas Day.

Tanya Laws, 39, was last seen at an Engadine property at 8pm on Monday.

Ms Laws, who works as a nurse at St George Hospital, has not contacted family since.

Tanya Laws, 39, was last seen at an Engadine property at 8pm on Monday

Stephen Laws (left) took to Facebook to ask for assistance in finding his wife (right) 

Stephen Laws (left) took to Facebook to ask for assistance in finding his wife (right) 

Her husband Stephen took to Facebook to ask for assistance in finding his wife.

He posted: ‘Have you seen Tanya?

‘She went missing around 8pm on Christmas night in Engadine. If you have seen her please let me know.

‘Tanya was wearing a black t-shirt and blue denim shorts. She was last seen at the bottom of Kingswood Rd.’

Her husband Stephen took to Facebook to ask for assistance in finding his wife

Her husband Stephen took to Facebook to ask for assistance in finding his wife

Ms Laws, who works as a nurse at St George Hospital, has not contacted family since her disappearance 

Ms Laws, who works as a nurse at St George Hospital, has not contacted family since her disappearance 

Police said Ms Laws suffers from a medical condition so there are serious concerns for her welfare.

She is described as being of Caucasian appearance, of a medium build, and with long brown hair.

Ms Laws is known to frequent the Engadine and Helensburgh area.

Anyone who has information is asked to contact Sutherland Police or Crime Stoppers. 

 



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