Police from the London Borough of Camden are appealing for the public's help in locating a vulnerable missing teenage girl from Kilburn, north London.
Yasmin Idris, 17, was last seen at her boyfriend's house in Roedean Avenue, Enfield at around 10pm on New Year's Eve.
Police said they are concerned for her safety and welfare. She is described a black with long dark-coloured hair. It is not known what clothing she was wearing when last seen.
It is believed that she does not have a mobile phone and does not have access to money.
Anyone who has seen Yasmin or who knows of her whereabouts is asked to call the CID on Camden Borough via 101.
- The men were arrested during police raids this morning
- Police targeted addresses in Cricklewood, Kilburn and Wembley
- The men are also being held in connection with the attempted murder of Sabrina Gachette and two other people
Four men have been arrested over the fatal shooting of nursery school teacher Sabrina Moss. Sabrina died in August as she celebrated her birthday in Kilburn.
A man charged with the murder of a young mum in north-west London will appear in court for a bail hearing later.
Martell Warren is accused of shooting dead Sabrina Moss while she was out celebrating her 24th birthday in Kilburn last month.
A man is due in court charged with the murder of 24-year-old nursery teacher Sabrina Moss, who was gunned down on Saturday as she celebrated her birthday in Kilburn.
Martell Warren, who's 22, is also charged with three counts of attempted murder.
Sabrina was shot in the chest near a fast food restaurant, and later died in hospital. Police say they believe she and her friend, who was also injured in the attack, were "in the wrong place at the wrong time" and were not Mr Martell's intended targets.
Police investigating the murder of Sabrina Moss and theattempted murder of another woman have arrested a man in connection with theincident.
The 22-year-old man was arrested by officers from the British Transport Police at St Pancras International train station last night on suspicion of murder and attempted murder.
He is currently in custody at a central London police station.
Sabrina Moss died from a gunshot wound to the chest after being shot on Kilburn High Road on Saturday.
John and Andrea Moss have released a statement about their daughter Sabrina, who was fatally shot on Kilburn High Road on Saturday morning.
"Our family has been devastated by this horrific incident that has changed our lives forever.Sabrina was a fun-loving girl who made friends wherever she went.She was a lovely daughter and a perfect mother to her young son, whom she adored.She cherished working as a nursery teacher and treasured working with the children, who undoubtedly will miss her dearly.We urge anyone with any information to contact the police to help catch those responsible.We now ask the media to respect our wishes and allow us the privacy we need to begin to rebuild our lives."
It has emerged the 24-year-old woman who was fatally shot in Kilburn on Saturday was a nursery teacher.
Sabrina Moss, who had a four-year-old son, was on a night out celebrating her birthday when she was killed.
Police have now arrested a second man in connection with her murder.
Another woman, who was also shot, is in a stable condition in hospital.
Police hunting the killer of a woman who was gunned down while out celebrating her birthday have arrested a second man, they said today
Sabrina Moss, of Neasden, north west London, died in hospital after being involved in a double shooting. Police said she was caught in the wrong place at the wrong time after going out to enjoy her 24th birthday with friends.
Another 24-year-old woman is in hospital. Her condition is described as critical but stable.
Police have arrested a man after a young woman was fatally shot in Kilburn while out celebrating her birthday.
24-year-old Sabrina Moss, from the Neasden area, died in hospital in the early hours of Saturday. Another 24-year-old woman also suffered gunshot injuries. She is recovering in hospital.
A murder inquiry has been launched by detectives from the Homicide & Major Crime Command.