The mother of a missing 14-year-old girl has launched a desperate plea for her return. Trisha Dibba, 14 has been missing since boxing day after going shopping in Westfield Stratford City. Her mum, Rabi Njie, 35, says this is unlike her ‘helpful and bubbly’ daughter and that Trisha has never gone missing before.
Ms Njie, from Canning Town said, “It’s not like her – it’s so out of character. She always calls me when she goes out.
“She’s a very caring person, always looking out for other people.
“She’s a helpful and bubbly person and has never gone missing before nor been in any trouble. Her friends are hysterical about it.”
Ms Njie, also sent a message to her daughter, telling her she’s ‘not in any trouble, and to come home’.
Records obtained from Transport for London indicate that Tricia’s oyster card has been used three times since her disappearance. On the N8 at 1.58am; the N69 at 4.04am and the N38 at 4.40am.
After this, the card hasn’t been used.
The 14-year-old was meant to be at a friend’s house, but after calling the friend’s mum, Ms Njie was told that Tricia was not there.