Help find Destiny Hurley missing endangered autistic girl

By | November 24, 2021

Destiny Hurley missing – Sister of missing autistic girl says “She’s not gone by choice and doesn’t understand how the world works.”

ENGLAND, United Kingdom – Destiny Hurley , a 15-year-old is missing from England. She was reportedly seen last on Tuesday, November 23rd, 2021 at night by members of her family. Destiny is autistic and her disappearance is very worrisome because of her age and her disability. She is feared to be in extreme danger and at risk. She has now been reported to thePolice & Missing person unit who are doing all they can to find her and bring her home to her worried family and loved ones who are growing increasingly concerned for her safety and well being.

The sister of the 15-year-old said in her appeal that she was seen entering the vehicle of an unknown older male and headed to an unknown destination. She believes Destiny is in great danger and is now appealing to the public to help spread words of her disappearance so they can find her. Her last known location was given as Tipton outside her house.

Destiny’s sister made an appeal in a Facebook post which reads “Last night at 8 pm my sister Destiny Hurley who has autism & is 15 years old went missing and hasn’t been seen since. We believe she’s been picked up by an older man. She’s extremely vulnerable and we think she is in extreme danger. Please can everyone share this? ”

Destiny Hurley description:

Age – 15
Sex – female
Hair – Light brown
Eyes – Brown
Build – Big

Destiny was wearing LILAC joggers and a GREY Disney hoody and black Adidas trainers at the time she was seen leaving her home in the late hours of Tuesday.

A Facebook post by Sandra Edwards reads “if anyone sees or hears anything get in touch. She never goes out alone! She will have no idea how to get home or respond in a dangerous situation. She’s not gone by choice & doesn’t understand how the world works. ”

Anyone who sees or has information that can help bring home this missing girl has been asked to please call the police immediately.