The sister of missing Sally Geeson has today talked of the “gut-wrenching” hold up for news since her twin disappeared

The sister of missing Sally Geeson has today talked of the “gut-wrenching” hold up for news since her twin disappeared The 22-year-old student, from Cambridge, sent content messages to companions arguing for offer assistance at the end of a New Year’s Eve night out
She said “Please offer assistance me x” in one of three writings sent in the early hours of Saturday morning after a night at The Avery Bar in Cambridge’s Official Street
Sally’s twin sister Julie today said the match last talked a few days some time recently she disappeared
She said: “That was Wednesday at the point when Mum took her back to Cambridge to take her shopping in town She went to get her furnish for New Year’s what’s more, she rang me since she was energized about what she’d bought ”
She told GMTV: “We are extremely close It is just gut-wrenching I still feel sick, obviously No-one has any thought what’s more, so far there are no leads or, on the other hand anything ”
‘Trying to keep positive’
Sally’s flatmate gotten a content message from her at 1 40am on New Year’s Day which read: “No-one held up for me I have got into a auto with somebody if you don’t mind call me ”
Two further messages were sent in no time a short time later to a male friend, one of which argued for help The other read: “Hi Em It’s me I am lost ”
Sally’s mother Sue said her daughter’s Cambridge housemates called her on New Year’s Day saying she had not come home The family at that point reached the Travelodge where Sally worked, as it were to find she had not turned up there either
Mrs Geeson said: “We attempted to ring her telephone be that as it may it is either exchanged off or, on the other hand the battery has died
“It is just so frightening We are just attempting to keep positive in the trust that someone will know something ”
Detective Administrator Garry Swain, of Cambridgeshire Police, said Miss Geeson’s telephone went dead at 9 44am on Saturday, January 1, around eight hours after the last content message was sent
Her mother today claimed for anybody with data about Sally, a legal science understudy at Anglia Polytechnic University, to contact the police
“Just if you don’t mind come forward In the event that anybody knows anything, ring the police what’s more, give us a few leads that we can take after up,” she said
Miss Geeson was last seen by her friend, a 24-year-old man from Romford, Essex, with whom she went to a New Year’s Eve party at The Avery, known locally as The Hog’s Head, at around 1am
After clearing out the bar the combine made their way to a close-by takeaway to get chips
The man moved toward becoming included in a battle outside the shop what’s more, at the point when the fracas broke up Miss Geeson was no longer there
Mr Swain said a custodian at The Avery recalled seeing a lady fitting Miss Geeson’s depiction go back inside the bar between 1am what’s more, 1 45am
When she fizzled to return home by 8pm on New Year’s Day, Miss Geeson’s flatmate revealed her missing to police
Specialist look groups what’s more, the compel helicopter have been scouring the region around the bar what’s more, Miss Geeson’s home in the Brookfields zone of the city
Officers have returned to the bar in the trust that somebody would keep in mind seeing Miss Geeson on New Year’s Eve
Sally Geeson is depicted as being white, 5ft 2in what’s more, of thin build, with wavy ginger hair
At the time of her vanishing she was wearing glasses, a dark colored dress, dark colored high obeyed shoes what’s more, was conveying a denim sack with a dark colored strap
Mr Swain said a lady had revealed seeing somebody fitting Miss Geeson’s portrayal on the 12 45pm Norwich to Sheringham prepare on Sunday, January 2

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