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Police appeal for witnesses after nine-year-old girl missing

The missing girl with no name: Police search for nine-year-old who vanished after getting into a London minicab TEN MONTHS ago and fear her identity may since have been changed

  • The nine-year-old girl went missing after being picked up in mini cab in February
  • Police are re-appealing for witnesses and want to talk to the cab driver
  • The nine-year-old took a taxi from Beresford Road, in Southall, west London
  • Police won’t release her name and fear it may have changed since she vanished

Police are searching for a nine-year-old girl who hasn’t been seen she was picked up in a mini cab ten months ago.

A blurry passport photo of the girl has been released by police who are re-appealing for witnesses.

The nine-year-old is was last seen getting into a taxi from Beresford Road, in Southall, west London, last February.

Police said they are not releasing the girl’s name and fear it may have changed since she was last seen. 

Officers are keen to track down the driver and to find where the child could be now. 

Police decided on the appeal as a ‘last resort’, according to MyLondon.

A spokesman said: ‘This case has been actively investigated and we are in touch with other agencies to help find this girl.’

The police will also not be releasing the name into the public domain at this stage.

They also said the mini cab the girl was picked up in was either yellow or white.

In addition a round taxi sticker was located in the back of the mini cab. 

The driver of the mini cab was described as a man with a dark complexion.

A tweet from the Hillingdon MPS account says: ‘We are re-appealing for witnesses to find a 9 year old girl. 

‘On Wed 21st Feb 18 a child [pictured] was picked up from Beresford Rd, by a mini cab. 

‘We are still looking for the cab driver or where the child could be now. Can you help?

If anyone has any additional information they are asked to contact the Metropolitan Police or Crimestoppers. 

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