Missing: Renewed Appeal for Viktoria Olah and Ester Bodgden - Wakefield

Wednesday 29 July 2020

Police are renewing their appeal to the public to help find two missing 17 year olds from Wakefield.

Viktoria Olah and Ester Bodgden, were last seen on July 18th on Bradford Road, Wakefield, near to Carr Gate.

It’s thought that they are both together.

They have links to the Bradford and Huddersfield areas.

Despite extensive enquiries they have not been seen since. Police are concerned for their welfare.

Both are described as having long brown hair that is normally tied up.

At the time they were last seen, one was wearing a white jumper and pale blue ripped jeans and black trainers. The other was wearing a dark blue and grey jumper and fitted grey trousers and black and white trainers.

Detective Sergeant Tom Peniston of Wakefield CID said:

“Despite ongoing enquiries across the West Yorkshire area we have not located Viktoria and Ester.

‘We are concerned for their welfare and want to make sure they are safe and well.

‘Anyone who may have seen them or knows where they are is asked to come forward.’

Information should be reported to police on 101 or used the live chat facility at www.westyorkshire.police.uk/contactus   quoting reference 13200359998

 

Monday 20th July 2020,

Viktoria Olah

Police are appealing for the public’s help to find two missing 17 year olds from Wakefield.

Viktoria Olah and Ester Bodgden, were last seen on July 18th on Bradford Road, Wakefield, near to Carr Gate

They have links to the Bradford and Huddersfield areas

Both are described as having long brown hair that is normally tied up.

At the time they were last seen, one was wearing a white jumper and pale blue ripped jeans and black trainers. The other was wearing a dark blue and grey jumper and fitted grey trousers and black and white trainers.

Detective Sergeant Karl Heath of Wakefield CID said:

Ester Bogdan

“We are appealing for anyone who may have seen Viktoria or Ester or who knows where they are to come forward, as there are concerns for their welfare.”

Information should be reported to police on 101 or use the live chat facility at www.westyorkshire.police.uk/contactus quoting reference 13200359998

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