Urgent search for missing woman last seen in St Annes continues as CCTV footage released

CCTV footage has been released of the last known movements of a missing young woman from Blackburn who was last seen in St Annes.

Friday, 19th February 2021, 6:20 pm

Katie Foulds, 22, was last seen on CCTV walking along the South Promenade at around 4.05pm on Wednesday, February 10th.

Officers said her family and friends have not heard from her since and they are urging anyone with information to contact them immediately.

DCI Alisa Wilson said: “We, along with her family, are extremely concerned for Katie’s welfare. She is a vulnerable young woman and it’s now been well over a week since she was last seen, and we need to find her.

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“I am asking anyone who thinks they’ve seen her, whether that be on the day she was last seen or since, to urgently come forward and let us know. They could have seen or know something vital that may help us locate her.

“Similarly, if anyone has any potential dashcam footage of her, please get in touch.”

Katie is described as around 5ft 5in tall, with long brown hair and blonde highlights.

She was last seen wearing a brown-coloured 'teddy' jacket with black leggings, according to police.

Katie Foulds (pictured) is described as around 5ft 5in tall, with long brown hair and blonde highlights. (Credit: Lancashire Police)

Anyone with other information has been asked to contact police by calling 101, quoting log number 0327 of February 12.

For immediate sightings call 999.

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Anyone with other information has been asked to contact police by calling 101, quoting log number 0327 of February 12. (Credit: Lancashire Police)