UPDATE: Monday, Feb 8: Hannah Davies, 15, from Leeds has now been found safe and well. Members of the public and the media have been thanked for their assistance by police.
ORIGINAL STORY: Police are growing increasingley concerned for vulnerable 15-year-old Hannah Davies, who has been missing from Bramley for more than a week.
Hannah was last seen around 10am last Saturday morning (January 30) and no-one has heard from or seen her since.
As reported by The Dispatch, the Gamble Hill Close teenager has gone missing before.
Detective Inspector Dave Cowley, of Leeds District Police, said:
“Hannah’s absence is causing us great concern due to her age and vulnerabilities and I am appealing to anyone who has heard from Hannah, or seen her since Saturday to come forward.
“Extensive enquiries are being made to try and locate Hannah. She is known to have contacts in the Leeds and Bradford areas, however it is possible she may have travelled further afield.”
Hannah is described as white, 5ft 7ins tall of medium build with long mousey brown hair. She was last seen wearing cream white coloured blouse, black jeans, black trainers, a camel coloured coat and was carrying a brown and purple coloured handbag.
Anyone who has seen or heard from Hannah since Saturday, or knows where she is now is asked to urgently contact Leeds District Police via 101 quoting 886 of 30/01.