Amy Doran Missing: Police search for missing Dorset teenager
A missing teenager who was last seen Monday is still missing and concerns are growing about her disappearance. The Dorset Police is carrying out a search to find the missing teenager who has been missing since December 13, 2021. and are asking the public for clues in locating her.
Authorities are appealing for help from the public to find Amy Doran a 17-year-old girl who has not been seen or heard from by her family members. This incident is very worrisome to the family as they said it is not in her character to leave the house without contacting anyone.
Reports reaching us at this time states that the police have issued a missing person alert for the 17-year-old teenager who was last seen walking in the area of Riverside Avenue shortly after 8 am on Monday, December 13. the police are asking the public to keep an eye out for her.
The police and her family members are growing increasingly worried for her welfare and they want to make sure she is found safe and well. they would like to speak to her to confirm her health and well-being. It is not known if the police suspect any foul play in her disappearance at this time.
Chief Inspector Andy Bell, of Dorset Police, said: “Amy is a vulnerable teenager and we are concerned for her welfare. I am appealing to anyone with information as to her whereabouts, or who sees a teenage girl matching the description given, to please contact Dorset Police immediately. I would also like to appeal directly to Amy if you see this please make contact with us or your family and let us know where you are as we just want to make sure you are safe and well.”
Amy Doran Description
- Sex: Female
- Age: 17
- Race: White
- Complexion: Fair
- Height: 5’4″ tall
- Weight: 190 pounds
- Build: Medium
- Eyes: Brown
- Hair: Brown
Amy was wearing a black hooded top, black Adidas jogging bottoms, and white trainers.
Anyone with more information about her whereabouts can 911 or contact Dorset Police at www.Dorset.police.UK/do-it-online, via email [email protected] or by calling 101, quoting incident number 13:76.