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Teenage girl missing in Horsham

The Argus: Teenager girl missing in Horsham Teenager girl missing in Horsham

A 14-year-old girl has not been seen since leaving her home yesterday evening.

Shannon Holland, 14, left her Barns Green home after eating dinner at about 9pm - she left without taking her phone or any money.

She is described as 5' 2", of slim build, with hazel eyes and shoulder-length brown hair. She may be wearing a blue-and-white vertically-striped, long-sleeved shirt, red leggings, black plimsolls and a white quilted jacket with a black collar.

PC Jacqui Thornton, of Horsham's Neighbourhood Response Team, said: "Shannon has not done any thing like this before and her family say it is out of character for her to simply disappear. She has even left behind her beloved chihuahua dog."

She added: "We would urge Shannon to get in touch with either her family or police as soon as possible so it can be established that she is safe and well. 

"Anyone who knows of her whereabouts or who has seen a girl answering her description is also asked to contact police without delay."

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4:16pm Fri 14 Mar 14

Goldenwight says...

So, all of those people who made thumbs down comments about my post yesterday concerning an apparently innocent fugitive who had drunk anti-freeze prompting the posting of a mug shot and the call out of the Police Helicopter? What do you have to say about this, then? An undoubtedly vulnerable young woman, lost and alone- and how many helicopters do we have up looking for her? And what is the crime reference number?

Let us all hope that she finds her way to salvation or the road home.
So, all of those people who made thumbs down comments about my post yesterday concerning an apparently innocent fugitive who had drunk anti-freeze prompting the posting of a mug shot and the call out of the Police Helicopter? What do you have to say about this, then? An undoubtedly vulnerable young woman, lost and alone- and how many helicopters do we have up looking for her? And what is the crime reference number? Let us all hope that she finds her way to salvation or the road home. Goldenwight
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9:08pm Fri 14 Mar 14

scuba1 says...

Goldenwight wrote:
So, all of those people who made thumbs down comments about my post yesterday concerning an apparently innocent fugitive who had drunk anti-freeze prompting the posting of a mug shot and the call out of the Police Helicopter? What do you have to say about this, then? An undoubtedly vulnerable young woman, lost and alone- and how many helicopters do we have up looking for her? And what is the crime reference number?

Let us all hope that she finds her way to salvation or the road home.
I completely agree with you .. And hope this young girl is found safe and well , i have 2 girls 15 and 8 years old and live everyday of my life worried about their safety !
[quote][p][bold]Goldenwight[/bold] wrote: So, all of those people who made thumbs down comments about my post yesterday concerning an apparently innocent fugitive who had drunk anti-freeze prompting the posting of a mug shot and the call out of the Police Helicopter? What do you have to say about this, then? An undoubtedly vulnerable young woman, lost and alone- and how many helicopters do we have up looking for her? And what is the crime reference number? Let us all hope that she finds her way to salvation or the road home.[/p][/quote]I completely agree with you .. And hope this young girl is found safe and well , i have 2 girls 15 and 8 years old and live everyday of my life worried about their safety ! scuba1
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12:35am Sun 16 Mar 14

Terry K says...

Teenagers should have tracking devices implanted under their skin in my view, every week we read of a teenager going missing, must be a nightmare for parents.
Teenagers should have tracking devices implanted under their skin in my view, every week we read of a teenager going missing, must be a nightmare for parents. Terry K
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