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Police concerned for missing Olivia Byrne, 15

Updated 10.20pm: Olivia Byrne has now been found safe and well. A police spokesperson said:

“We are very grateful to everyone who assisted by sharing the appeal.”

Original post:
Police are growing concerned for the safety of a 15-year-old girl who has gone missing in West Leeds.

Olivia Byrne was last seen at about 5pm yesterday (Monday) when she caught a number 72 bus from Stanningley Road heading to the city centre.

She is described as white, about 5ft 5ins tall, medium build, with long blonde hair, which was worn up, and brown eyes.

Olivia was wearing blue skinny jeans, a black hoody, a green top, and black and white Nike trainers.

She has been known to go to the Hyde Park, Woodhouse, Beeston and Meanwood areas.

Acting Detective Inspector James Entwistle, of Leeds District CID, said:

“We are very concerned for Olivia’s welfare and urgently need to trace her and establish that she is okay.

“We would like to hear from anyone who has seen her or who has any information that could assist in tracing her.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact Leeds District CID via 101 quoting log number 1571 of April 18.


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