Police are continuing to search for a young woman who went missing more than two years ago on what is now her 22nd birthday.

Leah Croucher disappeared from Emerson Valley, Milton Keynes, on February 15, 2019 when she left home to go to work and was not seen since.

Earlier this year, on the second anniversary of her disappearance, Leah’s family pleaded for her to come home and issued a statement speaking of the devastation they have been through since she disappeared.


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Today marks Leah’s 22nd birthday, and Thames Valley Police have issued a further appeal reminding the public that their investigation is still open and that they are still seeking any information about her whereabouts.

A £20,000 reward is also being offered to anyone who can provide information that will directly lead to Leah being found.

Leah was last seen on CCTV walking through Furzton at around 8.15am the morning she disappeared. Since then there have been no confirmed sightings.

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Issuing a statement earlier this year, Leah’s family said: "To say they have been a hard two years is an understatement.  They have been the longest and toughest two years of our lives.

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“Leah, you have never left our thoughts for a moment. It may seem that at times to people that we are not thinking about you, but that is not true.

“Do you understand how much of a positive influence you were on the people around you? Do you know how many of us care and are worried about you?

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“Please Leah, if you are out there somewhere, just go into a police station and tell them who you are and send a message to us that you are OK, you are out there, safe.”

If you have any information about Leah that could help the investigation, visit a police station, report it online or call 101 quoting 43190049929 or Operation Dawlish.


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