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Jodie Pook went missing from her home in Wakefield, West Yorkshire on Wednesday 15 September and was never seen.
Police are desperately looking for a missing teenager who was last seen on Snapchat maps almost a week ago.
Her relatives described her disappearance as “uncharacteristic” and stated that they had not seen her since.
Have you seen Jodie Pook (14) missing from #Wakefield (#WestYorkshire) last seen in on September 15, 2021? (Call West Yorkshire police on 101 quoting 1807 of 15 September) https://t.co/aSrTRDRtMd #Merseyside ‘Blackpool #Widnes #Manchester pic.twitter.com/b7cB1KHNjD
— Missing Andrew Gosden (@andrew_gosden) September 20, 2021
Jodie Pook Age
Jodie Pook is 14-years-old.
Police released new photos of the missing teenager and said they want to speak to anyone who can provide information about Jodie movements or current whereabouts.
Jodie moved from Widnes to the Wakefield area a few months ago, but still has family and friends in Widnes and also has connections with the Merseyside, Blackpool and Manchester areas.
Her sister Karla Jade, 29, said the only information they’ve gotten since Jodie left her home at 7:45 pm is the Snapchat locations.
Carla Jade told Liverpool Echo: “Jody went missing on September 15th in the Horbury area of Wakefield.
“She left the house at about 7 pm and then her next Snapchat location on her phone was at 8 pm on George Street in Ossetta.
“The next spot on her Snapchat was at 11:00 pm in the parking lot of the Malt House pub in Ossetta. “Nobody saw her in those places, it’s just the Snapchat places on her phone.
“Right now we are very concerned about Jody’s well-being. She is only 14, and since September 15 it has been a long time ago.
Police said that at the time of her disappearance, Jodie was wearing a versatile suit with bold lettering underneath a black sweatshirt and black knee-length leggings.
She was described as being about 5 feet 4 inches tall and of a slender build. In a heartfelt supplication, Karla Jade asked her sister to get in touch.
“We just want to know you’re safe and hug our little sister tightly. We all love you, ”she added. “We’re all very concerned right now, so if you see this, please contact us.”
West Yorkshire police also urged Jodie to “contact the police or her family to make sure she is safe and healthy.”