Senior officers from the Bermuda Police Service will host a news conference at noon on Monday at the foot of Cedar Hill in Warwick, to provide an update on the Chavelle Dillon-Burgess investigation.
That conference will be held at the Rubber Tree, next to the Warwick Post Office.
In the event of of inclement weather, a spokesman said: “The time remains the same, but the location will shift to the Hamilton Police Station.
The 26-year-old mother of an 18-month-old son, was last seen over the Easter holiday weekend at her home on Hillview Road.
Police searched the home shared with lawyer Kamal Worrell and their son on Friday.
Police Commissioner Stephen Corbishley said their main role was to find Chavelle Dillon-Burgess safe and well.
In a weekend post on Twitter, he said: “There are lots of things going on that you might not be aware of.
“We are in receipt of social media information, and we do act on it.
“Our goal is to find Chavelle safe and well, and that’s our primary role. These inquiries require us all to work together.”
Anyone with information about Ms Dillon-Burgess’ whereabouts should call police on phone number 211 or the independent and confidential Crime Stoppers number, 800-8477.