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Molly Ashworth aged 12 is missing.

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Molly Ashworth aged 12 is missing.

Post by Benion on 08.08.15 22:25

Apologies if there is already a thread on this topic. I did a search and could not find any other threads.

This little girl is only 12 and from Failsworth. It has really freaked me out as my son's babysitter lives on the next street, so it is horrible to thing there is a predator in the area.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3190560/Fears-growing-12-year-old-girl-went-missing-family-home-night.html

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Re: Molly Ashworth aged 12 is missing.

Post by TheTruthWillOut on 08.08.15 23:00

GMP have spoken to her on the phone so hope that is a good sign: https://www.facebook.com/GtrManchesterPolice
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Post by Guest on 08.08.15 23:17

Earlier this week the Chief Constable of GMP said that time spent searching for missing teenagers was an unsustainable burden for the police and should be undertaken by social workers.
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Post by littlepixie on 08.08.15 23:47

Social workers won't do it. They are supposed to but fob it off onto the Police or foster carers. In my area there are only 2 duty social workers on at night and they are usually tied up (so they say) 
i know Police Officers spend vast amounts of time searching for the same runaways week after week. Too few Social workers, too few Police Officers, unsuitable placements.
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Re: Molly Ashworth aged 12 is missing.

Post by Doug D on 08.08.15 23:55

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Great news, missing from home Molly Ashworth has been found safe and well. Many thanks for retweeting and sharing.

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Re: Molly Ashworth aged 12 is missing.

Post by Benion on 09.08.15 18:07

Gosh that is such a relief.

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Re: Molly Ashworth aged 12 is missing.

Post by jeanmonroe on 11.08.15 11:05

Anyone know if a CRA 'alert', for Molly, was 'used' in this 'case'?

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