Urgent: Help find missing Jessica – police issue statement


Posted on Ian Labon’s Facebook page, 10:53am Sunday 9th November 2014.

Just this second heard that Jessica Labon has been found safe and well. Stay tuned please, that’s all the info I have for now.

At the moment this is unconfirmed, but seems to be valid.

Thanks to all who kept a look out, shared, posted and retweeted. Community in action.

Please respect the family’s privacy.



Jessica Labon – missing from Brownhills. Have you seen her? Image from Ian Labon.

An urgent appeal has come in from local dad Ian Labon, whose daughter Jessica has not been seen since Thursday evening (Thursday, 6th November 2014) – West Midlands Police are involved, and I’m asking all readers to keep a look out and if they know where Jessica is, to please ask her to contact her parents.

West MidlandsPolice have issued the following appeal:

Concerns for missing Walsall teen

Concerns are growing for a Walsall teenager who has been missing from her Brownhills home for more than 24 hours.

Jessica Labon was last seen on Thursday night (6 November) when she went to bed at her home in Second Avenue.

The 15-year-old’s family woke the following morning to find she had gone and after contacting her school, found she had not turned up on Friday morning.

Inspector Lisa Robson, from Walsall Police, said: “We are concerned for Jessica as this seems to be out of character for her.

“She has not been missing before and we, along with her family, want to hear from her − or anyone who knows where she might be − so that we can confirm that she is safe and well.”

Jessica is described as white, of slim build, around 5ft 3in tall, with long waist length light brown hair, brown eyes, a fair complexion, and she usually wears a black leather jacket with the sleeves pushed up and a hoody underneath. She may also be wearing a black skirt and black tights.

Anyone with information should call Walsall Police by dialling 101.

If you see her, or have any information at all, please can you call West Midlands Police on 101 or the Missing People charity on 116 000.

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