A 13 year and 11 year-old Harwich sisters Chloe and Ruby Pinkney has been found now as per the reports by Essex Police. Let’s see more details about the missing case details.
FOUND SAFE Girls Chloe and Ruby Pinkney
|TWO young girls have been found safe after cops launched an urgent hunt when they vanished yesterday. Chloe Pinkney-Cook, 13, and Ruby Pinkney-Cook, 11, were found after going missing from Harwich in Essex.|
“Thank you for sharing our appeal, it really does make a difference.” Cops previously said Chloe was wearing a baby blue-colored coat, blue jeans, and pink and white Nike Air Force trainers.
While Ruby was wearing a blue Helly Hansen coat and patterned green trousers. Both youngsters were seen around 12.45 pm yesterday.
Cops urged anyone with information to call 101 or 999.
Chloe and Ruby Pinkney-Cook, who were missing in #Harwich, have now been found.
Thank you for sharing our appeal, it really does make a difference. pic.twitter.com/iKkHJsGY3z
— Essex Police (@EssexPoliceUK) February 5, 2023
Harwich sisters, aged 13 and 11, reported Missing
CONCERN is growing for the welfare of two missing sisters who are aged just 13 and 11 years old, with police saying: “We’re worried about them.” Essex Police are currently on the lookout for Chloe and Ruby Pinkney-Cook who have both disappeared from Harwich.
The girls, described as white and slim, were last seen in the Abdy Avenue area of the town at about 12.45 pm yesterday. Chloe was wearing a baby blue-colored coat, blue jeans, and pink and white Nike Air Force trainers.
Ruby, meanwhile, was wearing a blue Helly Hansen coat and patterned green trousers. The girls are not believed to have a phone, cash or access to money, or any travel cards.
Appealed for Help from the People
Since their disappearance officers have been carrying out several inquiries to try and find them and the force is now in a position to ask the public for help. A spokesman for the police said: “We’re worried about them and need to find them to make sure they’re ok.
“If you’ve seen them or have any information about where they are please call us on 101 or 999 in an emergency. “Please quote incident 803 of 4 February.”
The Essex County Standard
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Social Media Response
Peter Parker Posted
Great news. If I were their parents they’d not be allowed out for the rest of 2023. I don’t think you could go through anything worse than losing a child.
I’m so glad to hear that they have been found and hopefully home safely
Great news Thank you for the update will update the charity group missing people UK and beyond
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