Police ‘extremely concerned’ for missing girl, 16, from Brighton

Posted On 16 Aug 2017 at 9:50 pm

Police have issued a public appeal for help finding a missing girl from Brighton who disappeared more than a week ago.

Jenny Doyle

Sussex Police said this evening (Wednesday 16 August): “Police are extremely concerned for the wellbeing of missing teenager Jenny Doyle who went missing on Tuesday 8 August.

Jenny, 16, is missing from Brighton, however, was last seen on Tuesday 15 August at around 2pm walking up Elm Grove, Brighton, and appeared to be heading towards Islingword Road.

“The teenager is described as white, 5ft 9in, of slim build, with shoulder-length black hair and blue eyes.

“She was last seen wearing skinny blue jeans, a pink and white short-sleeved t-shirt and carrying a light grey handbag.

“Anyone who has seen her is asked to contact police online or ring 101, quoting serial 1433 of 08/08.

“If she is in danger or in need of urgent medical attention ring 999.”

  1. Eugenius Reply

    Why do the police always take so long to ask for the public’s help? It’s the same when there’s a robbery, rape, violent assault or murder. A neighbour in the police told me they think the ‘fear of crime’ will be an issue if they tell us what’s happening more often. My fear of crime is exacerbated by the well-founded belief that there’s a lot we’re not being told by people who should be trusted public servants.

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