Final-known moments of a teenage woman, 16, who vanished a month in the past after leaving school are revealed on CCTV as police say the seek for her is ‘crucial’

  • Teenager Pamela Horvathova was final seen leaving school on December 18
  • South Yorkshire Police have described the continuing case as ‘crucial’
  • She was carrying a darkish hooded jacket and blue denims and her hair in a bun
  • A crew of eight detectives and cops are working across the clock  

Terri-ann Williams For Mailonline

Detectives are desperately trying to find a teenage woman who has been lacking for a month in a case they’ve described as ‘crucial’.

Pamela Horvathova was final seen leaving the faculty she attends in Sheffield at round 2.05pm on December 18.

South Yorkshire Police have now launched CCTV of her final confirmed sighting in a bid to search out the 16-year-old. The drive can also be mentioned to be at Sheffield Faculty at present as they proceed to hunt for info.

Teenager Pamela Horvathova (pictured above) was last seen at Sheffield College 

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Teenager Pamela Horvathova (pictured above) was last seen at Sheffield College 

Teenager Pamela Horvathova (pictured above) was final seen at Sheffield Faculty 

Police had launched the footage as that they had wished to query two males who have been seen leaving the constructing with {the teenager}. 

Chatting with the MailOnline a spokesperson from South Yorkshire Police mentioned the 2 people have been questioned and launched and should not believed to be concerned in Pamela’s disappearance.

She was carrying a darkish hooded jacket, blue denims and was carrying her hair on high of her head in a bun.

{The teenager} who’s from the Slovakian Roma group doesn’t have a cell phone or any presence on social media.

Pamela (pictured above) was wearing a dark hooded jacket, blue jeans and was wearing her hair on top of her head in a bun

Pamela (pictured above) was wearing a dark hooded jacket, blue jeans and was wearing her hair on top of her head in a bun

Pamela (pictured above) was carrying a darkish hooded jacket, blue denims and was carrying her hair on high of her head in a bun

After leaving the faculty, detectives imagine she walked to town centre, and there was one other sighting of Pamela on the iceSheffield enviornment the next day. 

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A crew of eight detectives and twelve cops are working across the clock to try to discover Pamela, in a case described as ‘crucial’.

Supt Paul McCurry mentioned: ‘As a result of size of time she has now been lacking, and the dearth of contact along with her household, or anybody now we have spoken to to date through the course of our enquiries, our issues for Pamela are understandably rising.’

Officers held a public assembly in Darnall, the realm of Sheffield Pamela is from, on Tuesday however mentioned it didn’t lead to a brand new contemporary leads.

Supt McCurry added: ‘The group have actually come collectively to work with the police and assist our investigation, for which we’re grateful.

‘We’d like the general public to get behind us and we’d like your assist to search out her. We’re significantly eager to talk to her mates and anybody she associates with outdoors of faculty.’  

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He instructed reporters Pamela’s household are ‘very upset’ however group members have instructed police Pamela could not need to go residence.

Officers are widening their search past Sheffield to the remainder of the nation and Europe, though police don’t have any proof she has gone overseas.

Requested how apprehensive he was for her security, Mr McCurry, mentioned: ‘I believe it is truthful to say we’re very apprehensive. It is a crucial incident, now we have lots off employees concerned on this.

‘We’d like info from the general public – sightings, any strains of inquiry we’ll comply with.’ 

The police investigation concerned officers visiting Sheffield Faculty to talk to college students and hand out posters.

Police urge anybody who sees Pamela to name 999 instantly.

 

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