Mum of four wanted in connection to child neglect offences

By Lee Grimsditch

A woman being sought by police in connection to child neglect offences could be on Merseyside.

Kathleen Lawrence, 32, from Hampton Vale in Peterborough, is believed to be moving across the country and could be in Merseyside, Cambridgeshire Police has said.

Detectives urgently want to speak to the mum-of-four in relation to child neglect offences.

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Cambridgeshire Police said the appeal is also being made to ensure the wellbeing of her four children.

It's not known if she is currently travelling in the company of her kids.

Police said Lawrence could be anywhere in England, but she is known to have links in Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, South Yorkshire, Luton, Merseyside, West Mercia and Dumfries.

A spokesperson for Cambridgeshire Police said: "We are appealing for the public’s help to locate a woman who is wanted in connection with child neglect offences.

"Kathleen Lawrence, 32, from Hampton Vale in Peterborough, is believed to be moving across the country.

"Both ourselves and the local authority urgently need to contact her to discuss the neglect offences and to ensure the wellbeing of her four children.

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"Lawrence could be anywhere in England but is known to have links in Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, South Yorkshire, Luton, Merseyside, West Mercia and Dumfries."

Anyone with information on Lawrence’s whereabouts or any possible sightings is urged to contact Cambridgeshire Police by either calling 101 or reporting online here or via their webchat service.

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