A family of a missing woman from Broken Hill in NSW believe there is a chance she has travelled to the NT.
Marilyn Grubb, 64, went missing from the outback town on December 30 and drove her car in an unknown direction.
Her family contacted Katherine Times last night saying there was a chance she had intended to visit relatives in the NT.
The family believes she packed a bag to take with her.
Police say Ms Grubb left from Broken Hill in a blue/grey 2005 Holden Adventra station wagon, with South Australian plates S048BON.
The family have asked everyone to keep a lookout for the car.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Ms Grubb is urged to contact police or Crime Stoppers.
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