Police have launched an urgent search for a 16-year-old from Uxbridge who has not been seen for six days. Kikki, 16, was last seen in Uxbridge, West London, on March 20 wearing grey jogging bottoms and a blue denim jacket.
The Ealing branch of the Metropolitan Police put out an appeal on its Twitter page last night, along with a photo of Kikki to aid the search. Kikki is described as being 5’03 tall, and could be in Camden, North London, or Hillingdon, West London.
Ealing Police tweeted: “ #MissingPerson. Kikki, 16 is #missing from #Uxbridge and was last seen 20/03/22 wearing a blue denim jacket and grey jogging trousers. She is 5’03” tall and known to frequent #Camden #Hillingdon . If you have seen her, or know where she is, please call 101 ref 6607/21MAR.”
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The Government website states that there are a number of alternative organisations for reporting a missing person. These include Missing Persons Unit, Missing People, Missing Kids UK, and Look For Them.
It continues: “If the police find a person aged under 18, their parents or guardians will usually be told their whereabouts unless police believe the child’s safety is at risk. “If you want to remain anonymous, you can contact Missing People to report the sighting .”
Those wishing to remain anonymous when reporting crime can also contact Crimestoppers by phone on 0800 555 111 or online at https://crimestoppers-uk.org/ .
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