Concerns grows for missing Klaudia

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Police are concerned for the welfare of 14-year-old Klaudia Gallayasova, who has not been seen since Monday, April 29.

Klaudia went missing from her home in Selbourne Grove, Keighley, and was last seen outside Keighley Railway Station at 9.30am.

It is not known if she boarded a train, but police officers believe that she might have travelled to Leeds or Bradford where it is believed she has contacts.

Klaudia is of Slovakian descent; around 5ft 1 inches tall, of thin build, with brown eyes and black hair. She was last seen wearing grey jogging bottoms, grey trainers and an orange long-sleeved t-shirt with either a ‘No.10’ or ‘Mickey Mouse’ design on the front. She was also carrying a small brown leather handbag.

Chief Inspector Suzanne Akeroyd, of Airedale and North Bradford Division, said: “It is important that we find Klaudia and make sure she is safe and well. We have made numerous enquiries to locate her and we are now calling on the public for their assistance.

“If you have seen anyone matching her description in the area, please contact us immediately. I would also appeal to Klaudia herself or anyone who knows where she is to get in touch and let us know that she is safe.”

“If you can help, please contact West Yorkshire Police on the non emergency number 101. Any information will be treated confidentially.”