The parents of a cruise ship worker who went missing off the coast of Mexico have flown out to join the search for her.
Rebecca Coriam, 24, from Chester, was last seen aboard the Disney Wonder on Monday. She failed to report for her scheduled shift the following day.
Miss Coriam was working as a youth worker on the vessel which left Los Angeles on Sunday for a week-long cruise.
A thorough search of the ocean liner was said to have taken place when it docked in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, on Wednesday and the US Coast Guard and Mexican Navy were deployed to search the seas.
Her parents, Michael and Ann, from Guilden Sutton, have flown out to Los Angeles as concerns grow for their daughter.
Her sister, Rachael, and uncle, John Jennings, appealed for more information about the disappearance of Miss Coriam - known widely to her family and friends as Becca.
Mr Jennings told the Chester Chronicle: ""She came back for her granddad's funeral about six weeks ago - that's the last time she was home.
"She talks to us through Skype and Facebook all the time. I remember her mum had put something on Facebook and she didn't reply after about 12 hours, that was unusual for Rebecca.
"Becca has a lot of friends in Chester, and on board the boat. Come home, Becca. Everyone loves you and misses you."
Investigators from the Bahamas Maritime Authority - where the Disney Wonder is registered - were reportedly meeting the ship in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, on Friday.