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Police release footage of last known sighting of missing 16-year-old Sheffield College student Pamela Horvathova

Pamela Horvathova seen walking through college on Tuesday afternoon Photo: Sheffield College / South Yorkshire Police

Police investigating the disappearance of 16-year-old Pamela Horvathova have released CCTV footage of her last confirmed sighting.

The student was seen arriving at Sheffield College on Tuesday 18 December at around 11.30am, and leaving at 2.05pm.

Detectives say they are "really keen to speak to" the two people Pamela was seen with. The individuals are currently unidentified.

Superintendent Paul McCurry said: “In a bid to jog someone’s memory and to offer the most recent visual description of Pamela we can, we are releasing CCTV stills and moving footage today.

“This also shows Pamela wearing a dark hooded jacket and blue jeans, wearing her hair on top of her head in a bun.

“We continue to pursue a possible sighting of Pamela at Ice Sheffield on Coleridge Road the following day (Tuesday 19 December) but this remains unconfirmed at this time.”

Yesterday evening (Tuesday 15 January) officers met with Pamela’s local community to raise awareness of the appeal to find her.

Supt McCurry added that the "community have really come together to work with the police and support our investigation".

Police met with Sheffield College staff and students on Wednesday

“Last night’s event at the Pakistan Muslim Centre in Darnall was well-attended, with around 30 members of the local community attending to offer their help in our search for Pamela.

“I am truly grateful for their support, as well as to Councillors Jackie Drayton and Jim Steinke, who attended to speak with the community and reiterate our appeal to find Pamela safe and well.

“I continue to urge anyone with information about Pamela’s whereabouts to contact police, or indeed for Pamela herself to get in touch with officers. We’re all very worried about you and we just want to know you’re alright.”

– Supt Paul McCurry, South Yorkshire Police

Anyone who sees Pamela should call 999, or ring 101 with any information.