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Mackenzie Gardiner: increasing concern for missing 14 year old

Have you seen Mackenzie Gardiner? Credit: Merseyside Police

Police are asking for the publics help to find a 14 year old girl who's gone missing from Wirral.

Mackenzie Gardiner was last seen at her home in Prenton on Monday, 2 April.

She is 5ft 3in tall and speaks with a North East accent. Mackenzie wears a stud in her nose.

When last seen, she was wearing a navy, three-quarter length coat, grey leggings and black trainers. She is known to frequent the Kensington and Anfield areas of Liverpool.

Extensive enquiries have been ongoing to find Mackenzie and there is increasing concern for her wellbeing.

– Merseyside Police

If anyone has seen Mackenzie or has any information, they are urged to contact @MerPolHQ, call 101 or the charity @MissingPeople on 116 000.

Murder investigation underway after woman's unexplained death

Police were called to Wastdale Drive. Credit: Google Earth

Police in Merseyside are investigating an unexplained death after the body of a woman was found at an address in Wirral on Sunday.

Emergency services were called to a property on Wastdale Drive, Moreton, at around 5.45am.

The woman’s of kin have been informed.

A post mortem exam is due to take place to work out how she died.

A 61 year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder and remains in custody.

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The young daughters of PC David Phillips lay a wreath with their mum at a new memorial

Jen Phillips, the widow of Pc Dave Phillips and their daughter Abigail at the unveiling of a memorial. Credit: Press Association.

The widow of a Merseyside police officer who was killed in the line of duty, had to comfort their two young daughters today at the unveiling of a new memorial.

PC David Phillips died when he was hit by a stolen truck two years ago.

At a ceremony in Birkenhead, the Prime Minister described him as a local boy who became a national hero.

His father told Granada Reports he wanted people to remember his son's sacrifice.

Our Merseyside Correspondent Andy Bonner reports:

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