UPDATE: 51-year-old Shane Burrows, the Chevrolet Cavalier, and dog have been located. It has been confirmed Frances is not with Mr. Burrows.

Frances Gazeley is still missing, and we will provide updates when they become available.

Weyburn police are hoping the public can help them track down a missing a 77-year-old woman.

Frances Gazeley has not been seen since either Monday or Tuesday of last week (Dec. 6 or Dec. 7). Police said in a release that she was last seen on Regina Avenue in Weyburn.

Her family has not spoken with her since Dec. 6, police said.

Gazeley is described as five feet six inches tall with blue eyes and grey hair.

Police also said that she requires medication that she does not have with her.

Police believe that Gazeley could be traveling with Shane Burrows, 51, but this has not been confirmed. Investigators would like to speak with Burrows about the whereabouts of Gazeley.

Burrows is six feet two inches tall with blue eyes, greying hair, and may have a beard. He was last seen on Dec. 12 around 3 p.m. south of Minton, Sask. Police said he may be traveling in a grey, four-door 2004 Chevrolet Cavalier with the license plate 479 LKW. He also could be accompanied by a dog that has black and white patches.

The Weyburn Police Service is concerned for Gazeley's wellbeing and asks anyone with information to contact them immediately at 306-848-3250.

You can also make an anonymous tip by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.