Police are growing ‘increasingly concerned’ for the welfare of a 16-year-old missing girl who hasn’t been seen for two days.
Grada Munteanu, aged 16, was last seen on Christ Church Road, close to the junction with Nottingham Street, in the Burngreave/Pitsmoor area of Sheffield.
Grada, from Broom, Rotherham, went missing on Tuesday evening.
There have been no sightings of Grada and despite a vast number of enquiries already conducted as part of the investigation, officers have not been able to make contact with Grada or with anyone who may be able to confirm that she is safe.
Detective Chief Inspector Sarah Poolman leading the investigation, said: “I am very concerned for Grada’s welfare; she is a young girl who has made not been seen for almost two days.
“We know Grada was last seen on Christ Church Road, close to the junction with Nottingham Street in the Burngreave/ Pitsmoor area of Sheffield, at around 6.50pm on Tuesday evening.
“The clothing she was wearing was quite distinctive and consisted of a long red skirt with a mixed blue coloured vest top and a long grey cardigan.
“She also had a blue scarf in her long, dark brown hair and she was carrying a black over the shoulder handbag.
“As Grada is from Broom, she does have connections in this area, as well as in the Ferham and Eastwood areas of Rotherham.
“Alarmingly however, she has not been seen back in the town at all and there have been no further sightings of her anywhere at all since Tuesday.
“Grada is only 16-years-old and I would urge anyone who believes they may have seen her, or if they know her whereabouts, to please make contact with the police so we can ensure she is located and is safe and w
Anyone with information is asked to call 101, quoting incident number 950 of March 15.