Police are asking for assist in discovering a 16-year-old woman who has been lacking in Croydon for per week
The police are asking everyone to come forward with information on the whereabouts of a missing child in Croydon.
Oliva Burns, 16, has been missing since last Sunday (June 20th).
A day later (June 21), she was reported missing from her Croydon home.
If you think you know something, call 101 quoting CAD 7715/20. June 21 at.
In a tweet, the Croydon Division of the Metropolitan Police wrote, “Please help us find 16-year-old #missing Oliva Burns. who has been missing since June 20, 2021. Now he should have blonde hair. For more information please call 101 and quote CAD 7715/20. June 21st. ”
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According to the Met website, if you see a missing person, here’s what you should do:
search the apartment or where it was last seen
Check the attic, yard, shed, or garage
Remember that children can fit into small spaces
Check to see if they left a note
look for clues about what to do, e.g. B. have brought your passport with you or packed a bag
Check your phone and email for messages
rings with friends and family
You may also want to:
Keep your main phone free for incoming calls in case the missing person or the police want to call you. For example, you can use a friend’s cell phone to make outgoing calls
Make sure that someone is always home when you go out in case the missing person comes home
If someone has an accident and is passed out, the hospital may not know who they are and who to turn to.
You could call hospitals to see if there are any unidentified arrivals recently. Check with us first as we may have already done so.
Cooperation with the police
If you are actively looking for the missing person yourself, please let us know so we know what you are doing.
Don’t put yourself in danger
For example, let the police carry out special searches in places like mountains or water.
To help us:
Make notes of everything you do so you can report to the police who are working on the case. You can also write down questions you want to ask
Leave the missing person’s bedroom and belongings alone. Do not wash or clean anything until we have searched and collected the evidence
Do not touch your hairbrush or toothbrush. We may want to take a DNA sample from them in case the person goes missing for a long time
Posters and other advertising
If someone has been missing for a while, you may want to post missing posters or do some other publicity, such as on social media.
Take care of yourself
The disappearance of a loved one can be a very traumatic experience. Take care of yourself and your family, and seek help from others.
The Missing People charity can support you and help you cope with the loss of someone.
Your phone line on 116,000 is open 24/7.