Urgent search is launched for 13-year-old schoolgirl

Urgent search is launched for 13-year-old schoolgirl who vanished from her home

  • Abi O’Brien, 13, was last seen at her house in Dumbarton, Scotland, on June 28
  • Teenager is described as being 5ft 3ins tall, of a thin build with long blonde hair
  • Police Scotland have launched an urgent appeal to the public for information

An urgent search is under way for a missing 13-year-old who was last seen at her home yesterday evening. 

Abi O’Brien was last seen in her bedroom at her house in the Cumbrae Crescent South area of Dumbarton, Scotland, at around 10pm on June 28.  

It was discovered she was missing at around 5.30am this morning and there is now concern for her welfare.

Police Scotland have launched an urgent search to find Abi O’Brien, 13, who was last seen at her house in the Cumbrae Crescent South area of Dumbarton, Scotland, at around 10pm on June 28

Police Scotland have launched an urgent appeal to the public and are calling on anyone with information to contact them. 

Abi is described as being 5ft 3ins tall, of a thin build with long blonde hair. 

It is not known what Abi was wearing when she went missing but it is thought she may have on sports leggings and a hoodie.

Detective Sergeant Jenna Coyne of Dumbarton police office said: ‘Along with her family, we are becoming increasingly concerned for Abi’s welfare and are keen to locate her as soon as possible.


The teenager (left and right) is described as being 5ft 3ins tall, of a thin build with long blonde hair

‘This is very out of character for Abi and I would encourage anyone who may have seen her or knows of her whereabouts to contact police immediately. 

‘Similarly, if Abi is reading this, please let us know you are safe and well.’

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101, quoting incident number 0491 of 29 June.       

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