Desperate search for missing Middlesbrough woman Annie Dryden
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Desperate search for missing Middlesbrough woman Annie Dryden

North Yorkshire Police say 20-year-old Annie Dryden from Middlesbrough was last seen boarding a train at James Cook train station in Middlesbrough on January 4th and getting off at Battersby in North Yorkshire. She is described as around 5ft 10in tall, slim build, with dark hair and a distinctive blonde fringe, and a scar above her top lip. Annie was carrying a green and black backpack when she was last seen. Extensive searches have been conducted in the rural area near Battersby, including Clay Bank, Ingleby Greenhow, Kildale, and east towards Blakey Ridge. The police continue to appeal to the public to report any sightings of Annie, including walkers, runners, and residents in the rural area where she was last seen, and across the North York Moors and Cleveland Hills. If Annie sees or hears the appeal, she is urged to contact her family, friends, or the police to let them know she is safe. Local people are also asked to keep an eye out for Annie and check sheds and outbuildings for any sign that someone has sought shelter. Anyone with information is asked to call North Yorkshire Police on 101, and immediate sightings should be reported by calling 999, quoting incident number 12240005550.