Terrifying video shows woman, 30, last moves before she got into blue Holden station wagon and went missing
- Jessica Zrinski went missing in November 2022
- The 30-year-old was last seen in Bossley Park
- CCTV captured her getting into a blue station wagon
A blue Holden Commodore station wagon has been identified as a vehicle of interest after a young woman went missing last November, when CCTV of the car and her last known movements was released.
Jessica Zrinski was reported missing on December 3, 2022 by concerned relatives after they failed to contact her.
The 30-year-old was last seen just after 10pm on November 28 getting into a blue Holden Commodore station wagon in the parking lot of a Mimosa Road hotel in Greenfield Park in western Sydney.
It is believed the vehicle then headed west on the M4 motorway and the Great Western Highway towards the Blue Mountains.
Jessica Zrinski, 30, was last seen getting into a blue Holden Commodore station wagon around 10pm on Nov. 28 (pictured, CCTV footage) in Greenfield Park
It is believed that the blue Holden Commodore station wagon (pictured, CCTV footage) then headed west on the M4 motorway and the Great Western Highway towards the Blue Mountains
New CCTV footage of the vehicle has been released in the hope that motorists in the area will remember seeing the vehicle on November 28 and 29, 2022.
NSW Police previously released CCTV footage of Ms Zrinski walking down suburban streets of Bossley Park some three days after she went missing.
The videos show Ms. Zrinski walking south along Zadro Avenue at around 8:35 PM on Monday, November 28, 2022.
She is then seen again outside a club on Prairie Vale Road at about 9.45pm on Monday evening and five minutes later walking east on the same road.
There are “serious concerns” for the local South West Sydney resident as she has several health issues, a police spokesman said.
Ms. Zrinski (pictured) was reported missing on December 3 with “serious concerns” for her well-being
Detective Michael McLean previously said police are investigating whether foul play was involved in Ms Zrinski’s disappearance, but that they are “unbiased”.
“If someone is of the nature that Jessica is, in terms of openness and kindness, does that create a vulnerability?” he said at a conference in January.
‘Possibly, but we don’t know the full extent and that’s why we’re looking for information.
“We do know that since her disappearance she has missed some important events, especially Christmas and New Year’s are over.”
The south-west Sydney woman (pictured, CCTV footage from Ms Zrinski) was last seen on Nov. 28 in an orange tank top, long black leggings, flat shoes and a cream handbag.
The police are calling on all motorists who saw the blue vehicle on November 28 or 29, 2022 to report (photo, camera footage of Ms Zrinski)
Supt McLean also urged anyone who knows where Ms. Zrinski is to come forward.
“People don’t just fall off the face of the earth,” he said.
“It would be fair to argue that there would be someone or other people who would know about Jessica’s movements.”
Jessica Zrinski is described as white in appearance, about 5’6″ tall and thin, with blond hair.
She has tattoos on her right index finger, on her left wrist and on her neck.
On the CCTV footage taken on Nov. 28, she wore an orange camisole, long black leggings, flat shoes and carried a cream-colored handbag.
Anyone with information on Jessica’s whereabouts is urged to contact Fairfield Police or Crime Stoppers.