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Police release photos of the clothes Libby Squire was wearing the night she went missing


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Humberside police have released photos of replica clothing Libby Squire was last seen wearing as they continue to search for the missing University of Hull student.

Libby was last seen exactly two weeks ago today.

Libby Squire

Photo: Humberside Police Handout

As the search continues, her mum and her friends have been able to help officers identify the shops where some of the clothes she wore on that Thursday night out came from.

Libby’s last outfit includes a black leather jacket with buckles on the back, a black denim skirt with lace up detail and a pair of canvas style black trainers with white stripes on each side and white laces.

Photo: Humberside Police Handout

Topshop have donated some of the items that Libby was wearing to help police in their investigation.

Being able to see replica clothing will assist officers identifying Libby’s movements with CCTV footage but it is also hoped these photos may help the public come forward with fresh information.

Today police held a press conference where Detective Superintendent Martin Smalley said: "Over the last two weeks, our enquiries into Libby's disappearance have continued around the clock with detectives and officers working night and day to find her and to understand what happened that night.

"While we do continue to be hopeful and we will always keep an open mind, Libby has been missing for 14 days now and we sadly have to consider she may have come to some harm."

Detective Smalley reassured people the investigation was still “very much active and ongoing” but said "more work is now taking place behind the scenes rather than in public view”

Pawel Relowicz, of Raglan Street, Hull, was arrested in connection with her disappearance last week and remains under investigation.

He was charged with unrelated previous offences, which he denies, including masturbating on Wellesley Avenue, the street Libby lives on, and stealing vibrators, knickers and photographs from people’s homes. Mr Relowicz will appear at Hull Crown Court on 11 March.

If you have any information about Libby Squire's disappearance contact police on 101.

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