Concern grows as police issue urgent appeal over missing Hull teenager

Missing: Courtney Robinson.
Missing: Courtney Robinson.
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Concern is growing as police continue searches for a girl who disappeared in Hull this week.

Courtney Robinson, 14, from Hull has been missing since Monday.

Humberside Police issued a video message, in an effort to trace the teenager and widen the appeal, as concern grows as to her whereabouts.

Officers today revealed that the youngster was captured on CCTV footage on Tuesday.

The camera footage showed her leaving the Campanile Hotel, in Freetown Way, Hull at 10am.

Miss Robinson has not been seen since Tuesday, police confirmed.

Chief Superintendent Christine Wilson said: “Extensive enquiries have been conducted in an attempt to locate Courtney since she was reported missing to us, and we want to find her as soon as possible to make sure she is safe.

“We’ve made numerous checks with all her known friends to ascertain if she has been with them or seen by them but no one has seen her. Her mobile has been called on numerous occasions and goes straight to voicemail and there has been no activity on her social media accounts which is very out of character.”

Miss Robinson is 5ft 6ins tall, of medium build with very long, mousey brown-coloured hair.

She was last seen she was wearing a grey cropped top, a black hoodie, black ripped jeans and an orange vest.

However, police said that she may have since changed her clothing.

“We are talking to a number of people who are helping with our investigation and following up various enquiries,” Chf Supt Wilson said.

“I would urge Courtney to please get in touch with us and let us know she is OK so we can ensure her safety and wellbeing.”

Dedicated numbers have been set up for those who think they have seen the teenager.

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 0800 096 1233 or 0207 158 0197, quoting log 762 of 7 August 2018.

People can also call Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.