Wednesday, 6 April 2016

Police say they are following up "many lines of enquiry" about the 14-year-old girl - who disappeared in St Helens on 26 March.
19:25, UK,Wednesday 06 April 2016
Jade Lynch from St Helens, who has been missing since 26 March
A "vast" amount of information has been given to police searching for a 14-year-old girl who went missing more than 10 days ago.
Jade Lynch was last seen on 26 March in St Helens.
On Tuesday, her older sister Stephanie made an appeal for her safe return, saying it was not like Jade to not be in contact with anybody.
Police said they have since received a number of "promising" leads.
"Over the last 24 hours we have received a vast amount of information from the public following the appeal for information into Jade's whereabouts," Detective Superintendent Jon Betts said.
"One of the lines of enquiry concerns information relating to possible sightings of Jade in Manchester city centre, but this is only one of the many enquiries officers are following up and we are working with our partners and colleagues in Manchester."
Missing Jade Lynch
Police have said they are "increasingly concerned" for Jade’s safety, who has been described as being "an extremely vulnerable person".
She left her home in Denton Green Lane at 1pm heading for St Helens town centre with her two younger brothers.
On the way she said she was going to meet somebody and they parted company in the Duke Street area of the town, where she was last seen.
The teenager’s social media accounts have been "silent" since her disappearance and her mobile phone was found at her home.
Jade has gone missing for four days in the past, but her sister said this situation was different and her disappearance was "completely out of the blue."
Anyone within any information should contact Cheshire Police on 101 quoting incident number 257 of 29/3/2016.