Merseyside Police have issued a renewed appeal for information about the missing 16-year-old Abi Callaghan, who disappeared from her home in Liverpool on Easter Sunday April 17
Police have made a new appeal to the public amid growing concern over a missing 16-year-old from Liverpool, who has been missing for over a week.
Everton’s Abi Callaghan, also known as Blu, has been missing from his home since April 17, it has been reported Liverpool echo.
The 16-year-old is 1.60 meters tall and slim. She has long hair that reaches her shoulders.
She was last seen in a light blue halter top, a brown jacket with a fur-lined collar, navy sweatpants and black shoes.
Since her disappearance on Easter Sunday, an extensive investigation has been launched to find her, police say.
Police have said Abi knows many areas of north west England including Wigan, Wallasey, Bolton and Wrexham.
Merseyside Police said: “Please share and help us locate missing 16-year-old Abi Callaghan, from Everton.
“Abi, who also uses the name Blu, has been missing from her home since April 17 and an extensive investigation is underway to find her.
“She is 5ft 4in tall, slim with long hair that reaches her shoulder blades which is dyed half black and half pink.
“Abi was last seen in a light blue halter top, a brown jacket with a fur-lined collar, navy blue sweatpants and black shoes.
“She has been known to visit various areas in the North West including Wallasey, Wigan, Bolton and Wrexham.
“Please forward any sightings of Abi via our form: or other information to @MerPolCC or 101.”
Merseyside Police also tweeted the appeal on Twitter, which was widely shared.
It read: “We are appealing the search for missing 16-year-old Abi Callaghan, from Everton, who was last seen on April 17. Have you seen her or do you know where she is? DM @MerPolCC or call 101 and help us find her home safely.”
https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/police-renew-urgent-appeal-missing-26798001 Police renew urgent appeal for missing 16-year-old girl last seen over a week ago