Mother pleads for missing daughter to return to Bedford home
A mother has pleaded for her daughter to come home as police revealed she has been missing for three days.
Jade Honour, 23, who is believed to have a young child, was last seen in Bedford at around 8.40pm on Friday.
She was due to visit a friend but never turned up.
Reaching out to her daughter on Facebook, Jade’s mother Sally Honour, 43, said: “Jade please let us know you are safe, we are worried sick and your baby needs you.
“Please let one of us know you are ok x love you xxx”
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Bedfordshire Police said they are growing increasingly concerned for Jade’s welfare and have appealed to anyone who may have seen her to get in touch.
Jade is described as a white, 5’2”, of medium build, with shoulder length ginger/brown hair.
She was last seen wearing a peach onesie, a dark Parka jacket, and Mickey Mouse pumps.
Anyone with information should contact police on 101.