Police launch hunt for missing woman, 18, who was last seen at train station in Liverpool with suitcase as officers say they are ‘increasingly concerned’
Police have grown ‘increasingly concerned’ by the disappearance of an 18-year-old girl who was last seen boarding a train in Liverpool last week.
Caitlin Black, 18, is from Northern Ireland but had been living in Winsford, Cheshire.
The teenager has not been seen or heard from by her family since last Wednesday, November 17.
She was reported missing on November 24 when family became increasingly concerned for her welfare.
Police said their enquiries have established Caitlin likely left Winsford via the train station sometime between 5.30pm and 6.30pm on November 18 and may have travelled to Liverpool.
Caitlin Black, 18, who is from Northern Ireland but lives in Winsford, Cheshire, has not been seen or heard from by her family since Wednesday November 17
The missing teenager is described as being 5ft 6ins tall and of slim build. She has long faded pink blonde hair.
She was also said to be carrying a suitcase and was wearing jeans or leggings.
Inspector David Christmas said: ‘We are growing increasingly concerned for Caitlin’s welfare and are doing all we can to try and locate her.
Police said their enquiries have established Caitlin likely left Winsford via the train station, pictured, sometime between 5.30pm and 6.30pm on November 18 and may have travelled to Liverpool
‘We’d ask anyone who sees or has seen Caitlin to get in touch with us. I’d also appeal to Caitlin to please get in touch with us.
‘Your family are worried about you and just want to know you are safe and well.’
Anyone with information should contact Cheshire Police on 101 or via the website quoting IML 1139869.