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Have you let Pamela use your phone?

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Officers investigating the disappearance of 16-year-old Pamela Horvathova from Sheffield last month are now asking anyone who has let Pamela use their phone to come forward.

This comes after enquiries to date have suggested that Pamela, who was last seen at an Ice Sheffield event on 19 December, did not own a mobile phone.

“We believe that Pamela may have been using other individual’s mobile phones,” explains Superintendent Paul McCurry.

“From our enquiries so far, Pamela doesn’t appear to have had her own phone and that she was borrowing phones from friends in order to communicate.

“Our fresh appeal today is to those friends who allowed Pamela to use their phone in the weeks leading up to her disappearance.

“Do you know who she spoke to? Do you still have any call data (numbers called, dates and times) saved on your phone?

“This kind of information could be really important for our investigating officers so I’d urge anyone who may have let Pamela use their phone to get in touch with our team.

“We also believe that while the appeals to find Pamela have been circulated far and wide, gaining international support from Slovakian media outlets, she is still in the local area.

“I want to reiterate again my direct message to Pamela – we’re worried about you and we just want to make sure you’re alright.”

Please get in touch with police if you have any information that could help the investigation. Please call 101 quoting incident number 941 of 24 December 2018.

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