Missing Halifax girl, 14, ‘looking to change her identity’ and find work

A fourteen-year-old Halifax girl who has been missing for a week is believed to be ‘looking to ‘change her identity’.

Monika Molnar, who goes by the name of ‘Amy’, has gone missing from her Halifax home and police have now released fresh information in a desperate appeal to find her.

She was last seen on Greenbrow Road in Wythenshawe at around 9.10pm on Tuesday, August 10.

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Greater Manchester Police said Monika is believed to be ‘looking to change her identity’. She is posing as a 19-year-old and is looking for work in Manchester, the MEN reports.

She has also previously used the names Auerlia, Molly and Aurelia-Monika.

Monika (Amy) Molnar was last seen in Wythenshawe

Monika is described as an Eastern European female, of slim build with long light brown hair.

She was last seen wearing a black t-shirt, black coat, black trousers, and black trainers with a white sole.

She was carrying a black rucksack and a large black holdall containing several items of clothing, so may have changed her appearance.

A spokesperson for GMP added: “Officers are becoming increasingly concerned about Monika, and want to make sure she is safe and well.”

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If anyone has any information about her whereabouts or has had contact with Monika, call police and quote GMP log 616-15082021.

The easiest way to contact GMP is to use the LiveChat on the website https://crowd.in/6tYJOY or alternatively if you know her current location then please call 999.

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