Police issue urgent appeal to help find missing 13-year-old girl from Tameside

She was last seen on Monday evening.

Danny Jones Danny Jones - 9th July 2024

Greater Manchester Police (GMP) have issued an urgent appeal to help find a 13-year-old girl from Tameside who went missing on 8 July.

Identified by local authorities as Lacey, the teenager from the Tameside area was last seen around Sussex Avenue in the town of Droylsden at around 5:20pm on Monday evening.

Her surname has not yet been disclosed by GMP.

The local schoolgirl is roughly 5’2″ tall with long brown hair and was last seen wearing a light grey top and dark grey shorts.

With her location now unknown for nearly 24 hours, her family and local police are growing increasingly concerned for her safety.


A GMP spokesperson added: “Officers want to make sure she is safe and well”, urging anyone who sees Lacey or has information on her current whereabouts “to contact police as soon as possible”.

Call GMP on 0161 856 9328 quoting the reference number: MSP/06GG/00016008/24.


Alternatively, you can also contact the Missing People charity anonymously online or by calling 116 000.

In other local news, we were relieved to hear that missing Manc teen Dillon Duffy was recently reunited with his parents after disappearing in London, having chosen to reach out for help after seeing the support for him and his family on social media.

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If you have any information regarding other missing individuals in the region, you can find a full list of ongoing appeals across Greater Manchester and how to help HERE.


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