Missing teenage girl last seen in Bolton
A MISSING teenage girl with Aspergers was last seen outside a pub in Tonge Moor.
Police have issued CCTV images of Kayleigh Hadfield, aged 18, who has been missing from Ramsbottom since 6.30pm on Sunday (September 15).
Police now know Kayleigh travelled to Bolton and have released CCTV footage of her last sighting.
The first clip is of Kayleigh inside the Texaco garage on Crompton Way in Bolton at 9.02pm on Sunday.
The second clip shows Kayleigh outside the Castle Public House on Tonge Moor walking towards Bolton town centre at 9.19pm the same night.
The investigation team have released these images in the hope it will prompt anyone who has seen Kayleigh to contact police.
Kayleigh, who is described by police as vulnerable, was last seen in Ramsbottom at Belinis Restaurant where she worked. Police believe she could have gone to Ramsbottom Festival.
Kayleigh is described as white with a slim build and around 5ft 5in tall. When last seen she was wearing a black leather jacket, black long-sleeved blouse, black pants, black socks and shoes and long handed shoulder bag with black tassles.
While she has been reported missing on one previous occasion, the circumstances of her disappearance are completely out of character.
Chief Superintendent Tim Forber, divisional commander of Bury Police said, “Kayleigh is a vulnerable young woman and the circumstances in which she has gone missing are totally out of character.
“Concern is definitely growing for Kayleigh so it’s really important that people take a moment out of their day to think whether they may have seen her.
“That is why we have released images of the last known times Kayleigh was seen.
“Kayleigh is especially naïve and not as mature or street-wise as most girls of her age and that has contributed to our heightened concern for her welfare.
“We have had a fantastic response from the public following our first appeal and we would also like to thank the local media for their continued support.
“Social media is likely to play a key role in the search so I am asking people to share our Twitter and Facebook messages on this as much as possible.”
Anyone with information is asked to call police on 0161 856 8222 .
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