Police have new pictures of a missing teenage girl who was last seen on a Snapchat map.
Jodie Pook, 14, was last seen in the Horbury area of Wakefield, West Yorkshire, on Wednesday, September 15, at 7.45pm.
Originally from Widnes in Cheshire, she moved to the city a few months ago and also has connections to Merseyside, Blackpool and Manchester.
Before her disappearance, Jodie had curly hair and was wearing a black jumper and black knee-length leggings.
New photos released by West Yorkshire Police show her with straight and curled hair, and posing in front of a mirror.
Sister Carla Jade, 29, earlier told the Liverpool Echo: "She went out of the house at around 7pm and then her next Snapchat location on her phone was at 8pm on George Street in Ossett.
"The next location on her Snapchat was 11pm in the car park of the Malt House pub in Ossett.
"No one has got sightings of her in those locations it's just Snapchat locations on her phone.
"We're growing very concerned for Jodie's welfare now. She's only 14 and from the 15th September it's a long time."
Jodie is around 5ft 4ins tall and of a slim build.
Porn star wannabe dies after illegal butt lift procedure by mum and daughter
West Yorkshire Police said in a statement: “Police are keen to speak to anyone who can provide information about Jodie’s movements or current whereabouts.
“Jodie herself is also urged to make contact with the police or her family to confirm she is safe and well.
“Anyone with information is asked to call West Yorkshire Police via 101 or to use 101 Live Chat on the West Yorkshire Police website, quoting log 1807 of 15/09.”
To keep up to date with all the latest news stories, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.
Carla added: “Jodie if you can see this it's Carla, your big sister. You're not in trouble.
"I'm always going to be here if you want to get in touch at any time, you can always get in touch with me or any one of us at any time.
"We just want to know you're safe and to give our baby sister the biggest hug. We all love you.
"We're all very concerned now so if you can see this please get in touch."
Source: Read Full Article