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Police in Sussex and London seek missing woman and daughter who were last seen in London taxi

23 Aug 2019

 

Police in West Sussex and London are searching for a missing woman and her two-year-old daughter.


Pinh Ly, 43, and her daughter Liyah Forsyth, have been missing from an address where they had been living in Bracklesham Bay, West Sussex since 10am on Thursday 22 August. However they are known to have arrived at London Victoria railway station at just after 4pm that afternoon. 

Police know that Pinh used a taxi somewhere in London just before 9.30pm that evening although it is not yet known whether or not Liyah was with her.


Both are of Asian appearance and have links to Greenwich in South East London, as well as Portsmouth.

Pinh is about 5’5” of medium build, with dark brown hair which has blonde highlights. She was wearing a light coloured flowery sleeveless dress, black tights and a distinctive light pink puffa jacket.

Liyah is very slight with short dark brown hair, and was wearing a pink jacket and pink Wellington boots but also has gold sandals with her. She was being pushed in a brown push chair with a green bag.

Police have concerns for their welfare as Pinh had not prepared for an extended period away.

Police have asked anyone who sees them to contact them immediately on 999 or 101, quoting Sussex serial 1504 of 22/08.

 

Image Source: Sussex Police 

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