Police in New Zealand are searching for a British backpacker who has been missing since December 1.
"Grace has been missing for five days", wrote her brother Michael Millane on Facebook on Tuesday night.
Michael Millane said the family had contacted the Embassy as well as Auckland police and implored people to keep an eye out for his sister. "Please share and contact if you have any information regarding her whereabouts".
A number of unconfirmed sightings have been reported to officers.
"I looked at the photo [of Millane] and I was quite adamant I had seen that girl", she said.
Millane had reportedly been staying at Base Backpackers in Auckland.
Police released a blurry image of Millane taken from a surveillance camera in which she is wearing a black dress and white sneakers.
She had flown to New Zealand on her own from South America, where she had travelled with friends for a month.
The radio silence was "unusual" for Grace, Declan Millane said.
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Beard said Millane's father was on his way to New Zealand. She's approximately 5ft 6in (168cm) in height, and 58kg.
"Being out of contact with family for this long is especially out of character for her".
"We are working closely with her family at this time and a number of Police staff are now working on this matter".
However she was travelling alone when she came to New Zealand about two weeks ago.
Tony McLeod, British High Commission Wellington consular manager, said the commission was aware of the missing person report.
Base Backpackers were approached by Stuffon Wednesday but declined to comment.
A spokesman for the Foreign Office said: "We are providing consular support to the family in the United Kingdom, and working with the New Zealand Police in relation to reports of a missing British national in New Zealand".
Det Insp Scott Beard, of Auckland City Police, said more than 20 staff were working on the case.