The Met Police are currently searching for a 13 year old school girl named Megan Kennedy she has been missing since 9pm.
There are serious concerns for her welfare anyone who has seen her is urged to call 999 immediately quoting CAD 7821.
Police have released an image of Megan. It is completely out of character for Megan to go missing from home.
Megan was last seen within the W13 area, police have not yet released a description of Megan or her direction of travel.
Police are trying to trace Megan KENNEDY 13 years old missing from W13 area. Last seen 2100 hours (13.03.18). If seen please call 999 reference CAD 7821 pic.twitter.com/ZIdzUzfJQ6
— Ealing MPS (@ealingMPS) March 13, 2018
But there are serious concerns for her welfare’s anyone within the Ealing area of London who has spotted Megan must contact police immediately.
The Met Police tweeted that Megan Was missing and have released no further details surrounding the circumstances.
Local officers are conducting area searches and are appealing members of the public to come forward if they of Megan’s whereabouts.
We expect further details to be released very soon.
Miranda is aged 16 and she is currently missing from Ipswich
Thanks to everyone who shared Miranda has now been found safe and well.
Police launched an appeal to help trace a missing 16 year old girl who was missing from Ipswich she has now been found safe and well. .
Miranda Wollney was last seen leaving Elderberry Road Ipswich on foot at approximately 3pm on Saturday 17 March 2018 with the intention of meeting a friend in town.
Miranda is described as a white female, 5’ 4” tall slim build; she is described as having short dyed blue colour hair, slightly faded. Miranda has multiple piercings in her nose, lips and ears. She was last seen wearing a grey jumper with a cat on the front, black ripped jeans and trainers.
Officers are extremely concerned for Miranda and are asking anyone who has seen her or who has any information on where she may be to contact Suffolk Police on 101.
Urgent: George aged 12 is missing from home he was last seen at 6pm in Leeds
West Yorkshire Police have issued an urgent appeal to find George Blanchard aged 12 from Leeds.
Officers are worried about his welfare and would urge anyone who has spotted him to contact them immediately.
Officers are conducting local area search to bring George home safely.
He was last seen at 6pm and is known to to frequent Miles Hill Estate, LS7 and Leeds city centre.
Missing – George Blanchard age 12 – last seen today 6pm. Known to frequent Miles Hill Estate, LS7 and Leeds city centre. Last seen wearing a green Parker jacket, black skinny jeans and black trainers. WYP log 1356 refers, any info or sightings please report on 101. please share pic.twitter.com/DVPXDTcXb3
— West Yorkshire Police (@WestYorksPolice) March 14, 2018
George was last seen wearing a green Parker jacket, black skinny jeans and black trainers.
⚠️ Missing Person Appeal ⚠️
We’re trying to locate this 12 year old juvenile from the Miles Hill Estate in #Leeds. He was last teen today at 18:00.
— SC Andy Hobson (@WYP_SCHobson) March 14, 2018
WYP log 1356 refers, any info or sightings please report on 101.
Urgent appeal: teen aged 18 missing after saying he was popping out and would be back soon
Police are appealing for help in tracing a missing 18 year-old male from Ipswich.
Kurtis Lloyd stated he was popping out and would be back soon –
Police say he took no money or personal belongs he was last seen leaving his home address on South East Ipswich on foot at approximately 10am on Sunday 11 March 2018,
it is unknown in which direction he left.
Kurtis is described a white male, 5’ 8” tall medium build; he is described as having short brown hair.
Kurtis was last seen wearing a black zip up Karrimor jacket without a hood, cream Adidas jogging bottoms and black trainers. Kurtis has a tattoo ‘Mum & Dad’ on his left arm.
Officers are concerned for his welfare and are asking anyone who has seen Kurtis or who has any information on where he may be to contact Suffolk Police on 101 and quote Incident reference SC-12032018-418.