Missing woman has been found
Update Thursday 4.17pm: ALYSE Cameron, who was reported missing after failing to arrive in Byron Bay on Monday, is no longer listed as missing.
Tweed Byron LAC Insp Jackie Lilley said Ms Cameron has been located.
"Detectives went to her home address at 10.15am today and she was sighted and is safe and well," she said.
"She apologised for unintentionally raising peoples' concerns."
Insp Lilley said she thanked the community for their wonderful assistance.
Update Thursday 12.51pm: MISSING Byron Bay woman Alyse Cameron has still not been sighted by police.
Despite indications she had made contact with her family on Wednesday, Tweed Byron Police have said they still want make contact with her.
A police spokeswoman said Ms Cameron is still listed as officially missing and they would like to make contact with her as soon as possible.
Update 12.08pm: TWEED Byron LAC duty officer Inspector Luke Arthurs confirmed Byron Bay woman Alyse Cameron is still listed as missing.
Despite social media reports of a text message being send from her phone to her parents, Insp Arthurs said they still have no information on the whereabouts of the 31-year-old.
"A text message was sent from her phone but until we speak to her we don't know it was from her," he said.
"The lady in question is regarded as still missing."
Insp Arthurs said if Ms Cameron was OK then they would appreciate her making contact.
"If she is not in trouble she should let us know," he said.
Update Wednesday 6am: THE devastated parents of a Byron Bay woman who went missing after getting off her plane say their daughter has made contact.
Alyse Cameron's father, Neil Cameron, wrote on Facebook this morning: "Contact made via txt".
"Neil and Janice Cameron are hopeful that today they will find their much loved daughter Alyse," he wrote.
"After being taken to the depths of despair yesterday we now have hope today.
"We want to thank everyone for their concern and love shown to our family.
"You are all amazing human beings. We know little at this stage."
Mr Cameron's original Facebook post appealing to help to find his daughter was shared almost 22,000 times.
The couple are well known in the Byron Shire through their work as real estate agents.
More to come.
Original story, Tuesday 5.30pm: Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate a woman who failed to arrive in Byron Bay by bus.
Alyse Cameron, aged 31, arrived at Coolangatta Airport from Melbourne about 6pm on Monday 29 January, and failed to board a bus to Byron Bay.
When she didn't depart the bus to Byron Bay, her family notified authorities.
Officers from Tweed/Byron Local Area Command have commenced inquiries.
Alyse is described as being of Caucasian appearance, about 165cm tall, of slim build with blonde hair.