A search continues Monday in Lancashire, England, for a woman who has been missing for a week.

Lindsay Birbeck, 47, a mother of two children, was last seen on walking on a local road at around 4 p.m. on Aug. 12. Family members have described her disappearance as “out of character.”

The search effort for Birbeck has been extensive, according to BBC News. In addition to the local police, the Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service and Mountain Rescue teams have joined in. Diving teams have been employed to check local bodies of water, while drones and helicopters are being used to search the Coppice, a wooded area near Birbeck’s last known location that police believe she may have entered.

“The Coppice is an area familiar to Lindsay,” Detective Chief Inspector Allen Davies said. “There's also a suggestion that she may have made her way towards that area so we have done some significant searches in the area of The Coppice.”

Detective Inspector Tim McDermott has praised the help from the local community, calling it “incredible.”

Birbeck was last seen wearing a purple bubble jacket with black leggings and sneakers.

“I reiterate this is a missing person inquiry and there is no evidence at this time that Lindsay has been the victim of any criminal act,” McDermott said.