Concerns grow for missing girl, 14

12:40pm Friday 9th November 2012

By Jennifer Bell

A TEENAGE girl has gone missing from home and is believed by police to be with a man from York.

Abigail Tuck, 14, was last seen at 2pm last Sunday. She was due to go to her grandmothers’ house at 4.30pm but did not turn up.

Police say Abigail, of Burton Gates in High Catton, near Stamford Bridge, is believed to be with a male who lives in York. The two had been to visit some relatives of the male and left their house at around 8pm that day.

They told relatives they were getting a bus to Haxby but neither has returned home. Humberside Police would not say how old the male was.

Abigail is described as five foot six inches tall, of slim build and has blonde hair with distinctive pink streaks.

She was last seen wearing a black jacket, blue jeans, a pink top and trainers.

Abigail, or anyone with information about her whereabouts, is asked to phone Humberside Police on 101.

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