Fears develop for lacking teenage mannequin, 16, who has not been seen since disappearing practically every week in the past
- Disappeared final Wednesday February 20, has not been seen for nearly every week
- Final noticed at a home in Northwood Avenue, Chaddesden, Derby round 9pm
- Described as being 5ft 3ins tall, slim with very lengthy straight black hair
- Final seen carrying a white high, black denims and a khaki jacket
Milly Vincent For Mailonline
Police have gotten more and more involved for a lacking teenage mannequin who has not been seen for nearly every week.
Demi-Leigh Leadbeater, 16, disappeared final Wednesday February 20 after final being noticed at a home in Northwood Avenue, Chaddesden, Derby, East Midlands, at round 9pm.
Demi’s mum, Zara Notcutt, has urged her daughter to come back house. Zara stated that police returned Demi to their house after going lacking solely a pair days earlier than going lacking as soon as once more.
Demi-Leigh Leadbeater, 16, was final seen carrying a white high, black denims and a khaki jacket
‘We’re type of in limbo in the meanwhile and it is not been a great week for us,’ she stated.
This morning we reported how one other of Mrs Notcutt’s daughters, Frankie,was ‘viciously attacked’ over a pair of ‘misplaced property trainers’.
She stated: ‘Demi-Leigh has left earlier than however this time, she left and took all her garments.
‘She tends to hang around within the metropolis centre however she’s made a brand new group of associates and seems to be in with the fallacious crowd.
‘She has no cash to take care of herself. We simply need her to come back house and get some assist with what she’s going by. It has been terrible’.
Derbyshire Police has now launched an attraction in a bid to trace down the teen, who says she has labored for Fashions 1 modelling company on Fb.
She was final seen carrying a white high, black denims and a khaki jacket. She is described as being 5ft 3ins tall, slim with very lengthy straight black hair.
Anybody with any details about her whereabouts is requested to contact the drive on social media, by dialling 101 or messaging Derbyshire police through its social media channels on Fb or Twitter, or the Derbyshire Constabulary web site.