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Briton Hannah Davies Reported Missing in Thailand

Hannah Davies has long brown dreadlocks, is Caucasian, about 5 ft 6 inches and does not usually wear make up

Hannah Davies has long brown dreadlocks, is Caucasian, about 5 ft 6 inches and does not usually wear make up

 

BANGKOK – Theresa Davies the mother of a young British woman has flown out to Thailand to track down her 21 year old daughter Hannah Davies who arrived in Thailand on January 17 but her family reports she went missing on Friday.

Her Mother reported that she was last seen she was “very dirty and covered in mosquito bites”. It is feared she may have taken drugs.

Now Hannah’s mother Theresa and her auntie are in Thailand try to track her down.

Theresa Davies posted an online message that said: “My daughter is missing in Bangkok. We were contacted by someone who found her in the street.

Hannah Davies was last seen at The Mall Bang Kapi and said she was staying at the Sawasdee House Guest House but they say they have not heard of her?

Please contact us if you see or hear of her. She is likely to be very unwell and is a danger to herself when ill.

Hannah Davies has long brown dreadlocks, is Caucasian, about 5 ft 6 inches and does not usually wear make up.

She is 21 years old. She was reportedly very dirty and covered in mosquito bites when last seen.

She last made contact on Saturday when she posted a very short message on Facebook saying she was using the computer of a man who had found her on the street and invited her home to give her food.

The British Embassy have reportedly been alerted to the situation. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office told the paper it was unable to comment.

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