Missing – Audrey Nyanor 18 months old

I was reading Mad News Blog when I came across this story. A young toddler named Audrey Nyanor was given to a stranger or simply the wrong person by the Metropolitan Police in error. Her mum was arrested on immigration grounds and arrangements were made for family and friends to collect the little girl. However a woman who claimed to be a friend of the mum turned up and took her. Police say the details matched who they thought was coming for her.

In the Guardian article it shows that it took just ten minutes between the stranger arriving and being handed the girl. Now Audrey is missing. The lady who took her knew information about who was supposed to collect her. But ten minutes. Surely her mum should have been allowed to identify the woman before the hand over.

Audrey was last seen wearing pink trousers, pink coat and a multi-coloured pink and white hat. She is of Ghanaian heritage.

Anyone with information should call the incident room on 020 8721 4906 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Update – Audrey has been found safe and well at an address in Harlesdon North London. Police have arrested a woman in her 30s. This is such good news for her family who can now go onto enjoy Christmas together. 

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