Searches for missing Truro woman ceased as police issue further appeal

  Posted: 09.09.20 at 11:21 by Joseph Macey

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Earlier this week, the police put out an appeal to locate Julia Williams, a missing woman from Truro.

The police have told Nub News that searches have now been ceased as they have no active leads.

DC Sean McDonnell said:

“24-year-old Julia Williams, from Truro, was reported missing on Friday 4th September and over the past days, officers have been carrying out a number of searches.

“Julia’s family have been made aware that following extensive searches by both the police and members of the public, we have located her car, while Julia herself remains missing.

“At this time we have no active leads as to her whereabouts and as such we have ceased active searches. However, any new information or sightings reported to police will, of course, be investigated.

“In this case, and as with all missing people within Devon and Cornwall, until a person who is reported missing is found either safe or well, or a body is located, then they will remain as an active missing person and the investigation will remain open.

“Our thoughts are with Julia’s family and friends during this difficult time.”

Anyone who has any information as to her possible whereabouts is asked to call police quoting log 879 04/09/20.

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