Officers say they'll be speaking with residents and handing out leaflets as the search for missing Hull student Libby Squire enters day seven.
In a police statement, they say: "It's been a week since Libby Squire was last seen in Hull.
"Tonight officers will be out speaking with people and handing out leaflets to gather more info. Also a 11sq metre screen will be driven around the area where Libby was last seen displaying images of her."
Yesterday her parents Russell and Lisa Squire released a statement praising residents for their support.
It said: "Libby decided to come Hull University when she fell in love with the city. She accepted an offer at the University before even visiting as she was so sure she would be happy here.
"Libby moved to Hull in September 2017 to study Philosophy and has been really happy whilst living in the city. She has found herself a lovely group of friends at the University.
"We'd like to thank everyone who has helped this week in trying to find Libby. We have been overwhelmed with people's kindness and support and it's been incredible how all her friends, students at the University, and members of the public have joined together to help us look for her."