Posted: Tue 10th Feb 2015

POLICE APPEAL: help needed in tracing Jessica Smith missing from the Denbighshire.

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Feb 10th, 2015


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Police are calling on the help of the public to trace 16-year-old Jessica Smith who is missing from the Denbighshire area.

Jessica is described as being of slim build, has shoulder length auburn coloured hair and has brown eyes.

The 16-year-old has been missing since Wednesday, January 28, and was last seen in Rhyl on Friday, January 30.

Officers are growing increasingly concerned for her safety and whereabouts and are calling on Jessica herself to make contact to ensure she is safe and well.

Missing From Home Co-ordinator Mark Owen said:

“Similarly, we are appealing to anyone who may have seen Jessica, a teenager fitting her description or who may know of her current whereabouts to us on 101 quoting reference number 12567.”

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