Sheffield woman vanishes with her daughters

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Police in Sheffield are searching for a woman who has gone missing with her two daughters.

Michelle Mace, aged 40, and her daughters, aged four and 23 months, have not been seen since Wednesday.

Police said Michelle, from Halfway, was last seen in the city centre and officers believe she may now ben in the Upperthorpe area with her girls.

Officers have described her daughters - Crystal and Lacey - as ‘young and vulnerable’ and have issued an appeal for anyone with information on their whereabouts to get in touch.

Michelle is 5ft 6in tall, slim, with brown eyes and long brown curly hair.

She has a scar on her right cheek along with a spot and heart tattoo.

Police in the city are also looking for a teenage boy who went missing earlier this week.

Kofi Martin, aged 14, of Woolwich, London, was staying at a house in Norton when he vanished.

He was last seen in the garden of the house in the early hours of Tuesday and was wearing a black tracksuit and black and silver trainers.

The teenager is around 5ft tall, slim and has black hair.

Police believe he may have left to travel back to Woolwich.,

Meanwhile, officer in Rotherham are looking for a 26-year-old man who has also not been seen since Tuesday.

Nicholas James Totty was last seen in the Newman Road area of Rotherham, where he was riding a dark blue mountain bike which had a grey tool bag with a red stripe fixed to the front.

It is thought Nicholas also went to Thomas Rotherham College Gym that morning.

He is 6ft 4ins tall, of a stocky build, with mousy, short, straight hair.

Anyone with information should call South Yorkshire Police on 101.