Police are on the hunt for a 'vulnerable' young woman who has been missing from her home for 10 days.
Kayli Hill, of Burntood, was last seen at Dudley bus station at around 7.15am on September 28, boarding a National Express bus which terminates at Bradford Place in Walsall.
The 26 year old left her Eastgate Street home at around 11pm on September 27 in a white vehicle.
Ms Hill is described as white, 5ft 8in tall with a stocky build and has shoulder-length, light brown hair and blue eyes.
She was last seen wearing a knee-length cerise pink dress with thin halterneck straps and black ankle boots. She was also carrying a black handbag.
Ms Hill often visits friends in the Walsall and Dudley areas of the West Midlands.
Staffordshire Police has teamed up with officers at West Midlands Police in a bid to find the young woman.
Communications officer for Staffordshire Police, Faye Casey, said: "We consider Kayli to be vulnerable and we are concerned for her welfare.
"Extensive searches in Staffordshire and the West Midlands are underway to locate her and we would ask that anyone who has seen her, or had any contact, to get in touch."