Detectives have released details of a Brisbane mother who went missing from last week from Capalaba.Police and SES personnel have spent the morning searching for mother-of-three Natarn Auld, who has not made any contact with friends or family for over a week.Cameras at a BP service station at Capalaba captured the 38-year-old around 11.50pm on December 13.

CCTV cameras captured Natarn Auld at a service station in Capalaba. (Queensland Police)

Police say she was then taken back to her home by a man who is cooperating with police and has provided a statement.”She was with a male person at the time and he took her to the service station and he then took her from the service station to her home address,” Detective Inspector Steve Hollands said.”That’s where they separated and he went and did some other inquiries and she was left at home alone.”Ms Auld was last heard from when she made contact with another person in the early hours of December 14.

“The last contact that she had was with an associate in the early hours of that morning, where she indicated that she was off to buy some cigarette papers ” Detective Inspector Hollands said.”That was at about three o’clock in the morning.”

Missing Brisbane woman Natarn Auld. (Queensland Police)

Detectives say they “have information” to suggest she was then in the Banyo and Northgate area, near where police are conducting their search.The operation was conducted through bushland in an industrial area of Nudgee, with SES personnel concentrating on an area west of the Gateway Motorway.A police dive squad also searched a stretch of Nudgee Creek.

SES volunteers conduct a line search in Nudgee. (Nine)

Ms Auld is described as Caucasian in appearance, about 170cm tall with long brunette hair and a slight build.She was last seen wearing dark coloured long pants, a dark jumper with long sleeves, thongs and a gold necklace.

Anyone with information is urged to contact police immediately.

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