Police issue urgent appeal to find missing ‘high risk’ 14-year-old girl last seen in south Manchester
She went missing from West Yorkshire and has not been seen for over five days.
Police have issued an urgent appeal for information on the whereabouts of a missing teenager last seen in south Manchester.
Local forces said they are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of 14-year-old Monika Molnar – also known as Amy – who is missing from West Yorkshire and has not been seen for over five days.
The teenager is categorised as “high risk”, according to West Yorkshire Police (WYP) and Greater Manchester Police (GMP).
GMP said the last known sighting of Monika was on Greenbrow Road in Wythenshawe on Tuesday 10 August.
“Monika has been going by the name of Amy,” GMP said in a statement issued over the weekend.
“She was last seen wearing all black clothing with black shoes, carrying a large black rucksack, with a black holdall bag.”
The statement continued: “If anyone has any information about her whereabouts or has had contact with Monika / Amy, then please contact us quoting log 616-15082021.
“The easiest way to do this is online using the chat facility to the bottom right of the screen, which takes you directly through to a call handler.
“Alternatively, if you know her current location, then please call 999.”
Do you have an information on the whereabouts of Monika / Amy? You can contact GMP here.
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