Who is Abigail Witheridge? All about the missing teenage girl from Bradford

Who is Abigail Witheridge? All about the missing teenage girl from Bradford

A 17-year-old girl is missing, and West Yorkshire Police have issued an appeal for her. The police released a photo of Bradford resident Abigail Witheridge on Tuesday night (November 22) as they continue to look for information about her whereabouts. Let’s See more about this missing case in detail.

Abigail Witheridge Identification

According to the police, Abigail has red hair in a bun and is 5 feet 8 inches tall. They observed that she frequently frequents Bradford’s city center, Undercliffe, Greengates, and Idle, and was last seen wearing brown glasses, a grey coat, light blue trousers, and black boots.

She is known to frequent the city center, Under cliffe, Green gates, and Idle areas.

Police release appeal for missing girl, Abigail Witheridge

POLICE have issued an appeal to find a missing teenage girl from Bradford. Tuesday night at 9:37 p.m., West Yorkshire Police tweeted: “The 17-year-old Bradford missing person is Abigail Witheridge. Abigail has red hair in a bun, is 5 feet 8 inches tall, and has a stocky body. She was last seen wearing brown glasses, a grey coat, light blue trousers, and black boots. visits the areas of Center, Under cliffe, Green gates, and idle. Please call 101 quote log 1427 for any information.”

Missing persons in Yorkshire

Several people in Yorkshire have gone missing like Abigail Witheridge and have never come home. Tragically, many families remain desperate for answers after their loved ones have gone missing in Yorkshire.

Some of these cases have baffled police forces for years as officers struggled to piece together each person’s last movements. From teenagers, women, and men to brothers, daughters, and wives, all of the people below have gone missing from Yorkshire and have yet to be found.

Yorkshire Advice and Information about Reporting Missing persons

Reporting a missing person

If the missing person is in immediate danger, is a young child, or is vulnerable to harm, call 999 now.

Another Information, If you have a hearing or speech impairment, use our textphone service at 18000 or text us on 999 if you’ve pre-registered with the emergency SMS service.

If you don’t think they are in immediate danger you can:

  • report a missing person online
  • call 101

Your report will be dealt with by our control room in the same way whether you report it online or call 101. If you report online you will get an email confirming that we’ve got your report and tell you what will happen next. And you may find it easier to answer the questions online at your own pace.

What you can do

If you don’t think someone is in immediate danger, before you report someone missing you should:

  • ring around friends and family
  • check your phone and email for messages
  • search the home or wherever they were last seen
  • check the loft, garden, shed, or garage
  • remember that children can fit into small spaces
  • look for any notes or other clues
  • ring around local hospitals

If you can, make a note of everything you do. Leave the missing person’s room and things alone in case we need to take a DNA sample.

It is not illegal to go missing

A missing person will not be in trouble or be arrested for going missing. Our first concern is for the missing person’s well-being. It is not wasting police time to report someone missing. You won’t be in trouble for reporting someone missing.

Social Media Posting

West Yorkshire Police Tweeted
Abigail Witheridge, 17yrs is missing from Bradford. Abigail is 5ft8, stocky build, with red hair in a bun, last seen wearing brown glasses, a grey coat, light blue jeans with black boots. Frequents Centre/Under cliffe/Green gates/Idle areas. For any info, please ring 101 quoting.


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