A teenager Hannah Snodgrass has been reported missing after failing to come home from school, and her mother has posted a frantic plea on social media. Around 12.30 p.m. on August 24, Hannah Snodgrass, 15, left her house in Bridge Of Weir, Renfrewshire.
Since then, there has been no word of the schoolgirl, and both her family and the police are growing concerned for her welfare. In an effort to locate her, the police have posted an internet appeal.
Additionally, Hannah’s mother has made a desperate appeal for information on Hannah’s location on social media. She disclosed on Twitter that Hannah frequently visits Johnstone, Bridge of Weir, Lochwinnoch, and Kilbirnie.
Using the handle @Kirst22c, she posted: “My kid is still out at school. Teenagers loitering on the streets should be escorted home, so please retweet. Authorities were contacted. Call me; she’s not in any trouble.”
According to reports, Hannah is white, 5 feet 4 inches tall, thin built, and has long blonde or fair hair. She was dressed in a black fleece jacket, blue leggings, a white, black, and pink T-shirt, and black and white Converse sneakers.