Police have issued a recent attraction for info following the disappearance of a 12-year-old woman who vanished per week in the past.
Jamie-Lee Harvie was final noticed by a member of the family at Irvine railway station in North Ayrshire at round 3.30pm on Tuesday 14 March.
An unconfirmed sighting positioned the schoolgirl close to Irvine Royal Academy at round 7pm on Saturday, however since then there have been no additional stories.
‘At 12-years-old, Jamie-Lee is only a little one’
Chief Inspector Kevin Lammie stated: “At 12-years-old, Jamie-Lee is only a little one, one 12 months out of main faculty, and she or he has now been lacking with out a hint for per week, which is extraordinarily regarding.
“Thankfully, at this time, there is nothing to suggest Jamie-Lee has come to any harm.
“We have a group of devoted officers who’ve been talking along with her household and mates, who we imagine maintain the important thing to discovering her.
“We are conducting extensive searches at addresses in the Ayr and Irvine areas, but so far, there has been no further information as to her whereabouts. We don’t believe she has a mobile phone with her or access to a bank account.”
Jamie-Lee is round 5ft tall, of medium construct and speaks with a neighborhood Ayrshire accent.
She has lengthy light-brown hair and when final seen she was carrying black leggings, a black jumper, a black puffer jacket and black trainers.
‘We wish to stress Jamie-Lee will not be in any hassle’
Chief Insp Lammie added: “We want to stress Jamie-Lee is not in any trouble. We don’t want her worrying about that, all we want is to make sure she is safe.
“I want to hear from anybody in North Ayrshire, notably in Irvine, who could have seen Jamie-Lee or been in her firm not too long ago. We would urge you to contact officers instantly with any info that might assist with our enquiries.
“All her family and friends want is for Jamie-Lee to be found safe and well.”