Police have pieced together some of missing Auckland woman Carissa Avison's last known movements.
A driver gave the 21-year-old a lift from Holder Place on the North Shore to Coast Road in Muriwai on Thursday morning.
She was picked up about 10am. They arrived in Muriwai about 11am.
Police trying to figure out where she was heading.
The 21-year-old was last seen wearing black leggings, a white T-shirt and black Nike shoes with white soles.
Ms Avison's brother, Tyler, has made a plea for anyone with any information to contact police.
He said the family was deeply worried by her disappearance and wanted her to come home.
"I just hope that if anyone sees her that they'll call the police or let someone know where she, where they've seen her. We just hope she's okay. We just want her to come home."
Mr Avison said he wanted to get a phone call from his sister so he could go and pick her up.
The 21-year-old was last seen leaving her home on Dockside Lane in the central Auckland, wearing a white t-shirt, black three-quarter length pants and black Nike shoes.
Ms Avison is described as slim to medium build and has a Japanese scripture tattoo on her left forearm.
Police said Ms Avison had contacts in Papamoa, Southland and the wider Auckland area, but was not believed to have access to a vehicle.
Anyone with information about Ms Avison is asked to contact police.