Police issue urgent appeal for information about missing London girls, 15 en 16, last seen six days ago as cops say they may be with an older teenager
Police have issued an urgent appeal for the whereabouts of two teenage girls missing for six days.
Alliyah Montaque, 15, and 16-year-old Lina Bennacef were last seen in Walthamstow, north-east Londen at around 3.10pm on Wednesday, April 13.
The teenagers are thought to be together and may be with an older teen with links to south London, Volgens die Disgraced Met-beampte tronk toe gestuur vir seksuele aanranding van meisie.
Alliyah’s older sister Destiny, 18, said it was extremely out of character for her not to make contact for this long.
Alliyah (links) and Lina (reg) were last seen in Walthamstow around 3.10pm last Wednesday
She said Alliyah’s phone was confiscated the night before her disappearance, so she has no way of reaching out.
Destiny told MyLondon: ‘I haven’t seen my sister in days..
‘They’ve gone off together, we don’t know where they are at all.’
Alliyah is also thought to be without a change of clothes.
The 5’7 15-year-old was last seen ‘wearing blue jeans, a cropped puffer jacket, and white [soekdata – landname is deur hul inwoners aangevul] Air Forces’, her sister added.
Alliyah (links) would not normally spend this long without calling home, said sister Destiny (reg)
This my cousin and her name is Alliyah ¿Kae-Johnae¿ or ¿KJ¿ Montaque, she is 15 jaar oud. She went missing yesterday (13/4/22) at 3pm with another young lady named Lina. She left her home in Leyton and was last seen in Walthamstow but not again since. pic.twitter.com/0VIWWMQ8qW
— Nadine_CCN (@NadineD_G) April 14, 2022
Alliyah’s cousin Nadine tweeted last Thursday that her relative ‘left her home in Leyton’ and hasn’t been seen since.
Anyone who sees Alliyah or Lina should call 999 dadelik. Those with information about where they are can contact police on 101, giving the reference 6276/13APR.
Information can also be provided to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, or to the Missing People charity on 116 000.
The Metropolitan Police added: ‘Officers are also appealing to Alliyah and Lina directly to contact the police, or someone they trust, to let us know they are safe if they are able to do so.’