A MOTHER-of-two from Thornton Heath has been missing since the early hours of Wednesday (January 2). Police said the disappearance of 25-year-old Janelle Duncan-Bailey was 'totally out of character', and this afternoon issued an urgent appeal for information. Janelle, of Pawsons Road, was last seen between 5am and 5.30am on Wednesday in Limpsfield Avenue, Thornton Heath. A police spokesman said she had earlier made arrangements to leave her two children with a friend in Bromley while she attended a family function. "She left her friend's address at around 4am to return to Thornton Heath," the spokesman said. "Her friend believed she would collect the children on the morning of January 2. Janelle's friend reported her missing at 4.22pm on January 2 when she failed to collect them." Officers are also aware that Janelle had visited her ex-partner's home in Thornton Heath at 4.30am on Wednesday. Police were called to the scene and Janelle agreed to leave the address with police. She asked to be taken to another friend's address in Limpsfield Avenue, where she was last seen walking towards flats. "Officers are now keen to speak to Janelle or to anyone who knows of her whereabouts," the spokesman added. "Janelle has never been missing before and officers believe that her disappearance is totally out of character. "She is described as black, 5ft 5ins, of medium build with shoulder length black hair which could possibly be enhanced with hair extensions." Anyone who can assist is asked to call the Serious Crime Directorate based at Sutton police station on 020 8721 4054.
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