Police launch pressing attraction to hint ex-Leeds United waitress, 26, who has gone lacking along with her son, three, after final being seen leaving their house in Yorkshire with suitcases
- Holly Groundwell, 26, was final seen along with her little boy two days in the past in Leeds
- Police imagine she could have now travelled 220 miles away to Somerset
- Detective Inspector Vicky Alexander mentioned ‘We urgently want to seek out them’
Police have launched an pressing hunt for a mom and her son, three, who’ve been lacking from their house since Monday.
Holly Groundwell, 26, was final seen along with her little boy two days in the past with suitcases at her dwelling within the West Yorkshire metropolis.
To this point officers imagine she could have travelled some 220 miles away to Shepton Mallet in Somerset.
However they’ve now misplaced her path and say they ‘urgently want to seek out them’.
Holly Groundwell, 26, was final seen along with her little boy two days in the past in Leeds at her house
Holly is known to have lately been employed as an workplace employee in a meals wholesalers in Leeds.
She has additionally labored as a waitress at Leeds United, serving meals in prestigious packing containers within the Elland Street grounds.
Detective Inspector Vicky Alexander, of Leeds District Safeguarding Unit, mentioned: ‘We’re involved for the welfare of Holly and her son and urgently want to seek out them and test that they’re okay.
Officers imagine she could have travelled some 220 miles away to Shepton Mallet in Somerset
Holly had lately been an workplace employee at a wholesalers in Leeds, in accordance with her profile
‘Whereas we now have some data suggesting she could have been in Shepton Mallet yesterday we might nonetheless like to listen to from anybody who has seen her and her son wherever else at any level since Monday.’
Holly is described as white, 5ft 6ins tall, and has tattoos on her arms.
Anybody with data is requested to contact Leeds District Safeguarding Unit through 101 quoting quantity 837 of April 27 or on-line through www.westyorkshire.police.uk/101livechat