Bristol mother missing with three-year-old daughter
The pair were heading to Castle Park in Bristol but have not been seen since
Thursday 27 June 2013
A mother has gone missing from her home with her three-year-old daughter.
Trisha Munroe, 22, and Taylor-Grace were last seen when they left home in Lawrence Weston in Bristol yesterday.
They were heading to Castle Park in Bristol but have not been seen since.
A spokesman for Avon and Somerset Police said: “We're concerned for Trisha and Taylor-Grace's welfare and would appeal to anyone with information about where they are to contact us.”
Trisha is described as mixed heritage, around 5ft 2ins tall, of medium to large build, with black, straight, shoulder length hair that is dyed orange from the roots to half way down.
She has black and green glasses, her tongue pierced and was wearing a burgundy hoodie with a burgundy vest top underneath and blue jeans.
Taylor-Grace is described as white, very petite, with brown mousy hair in a bob with a fringe.
She has green eyes and was wearing a red Peppa Pig top and blue leggings.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Avon and Somerset Police on 101.
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