Urgent appeal to trace little girl in 999 call

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POLICE are urgently trying to find a little girl who called 999 saying her mother had fallen and was not moving.

The girl, who made the call from Leeds on Monday at 10.53am, said her name was Ellie, she was three-years-old and

her mum’s name is Stacey Hall.

She said her house number was 23 and her address contained the word ‘Court’.

But despite extensive enquiries police have been unable to trace her.

She told call handlers her mum was unresponsive and the doors to the house were all locked.

The girl also said her grandparents lived in Bridlington.

DCI Lisa Griffin said: “We are hoping that someone out there who knows the family will recognise the pieces of information that the ambulance call taker managed to get from her.

“We are treating this situation extremely seriously as it appears we have a woman in need of urgent medical attention and a vulnerable little girl who will also need our help.”

Anyone with information should contact police on 101.