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British mother tries to find daughter living homeless in Bangkok

A mother from the UK is sending out appeals to help to find her daughter who is thought to be missing in Bangkok. She fears, her daughter, Hannah Davies from Portsmouth in the UK is becoming a danger to herself living on the streets of the nationals capital.

hannah missingThe 21 year old was last spotted on Saturday 31st of January at the Mall Bang Kapi, she had been renting a room in a guest house in the Khaosan Road, but the staff said they had not seen her since she checked out on Friday.

The young British girl is thought to be travelling alone, she arrived in Thailand on January 17th and is not due to return to the UK until March. The last message her mother received was via Facebook, it was a small post that said she was on a computer belonging to a man who had offered to take her back to his house to give her some food.

Hannah has a history of mental health issues and it is thought that she may be using recreational drugs. The girl is five feet six inches tall, has dreadlocks and is thought to be in a dirty and disheveled state as well as being covered in mosquito bites. The British Embassy are aware of the situation.

If you spot Hannah please call 044 07954 326152 or email theresamdavies@hotmail.com or call the British Embassy on 02 305 8333



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