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Police are urgently looking for a younger lady who was captured sobbing on a doorbell digital camera late at evening.

The lady was first seen standing “in a distressed state” subsequent to a roundabout on the A14 in Kettering, Northants, at 10.20pm final Thursday, June 27.

She was then captured on a enterprise’s doorbell digital camera at 11pm the place she gave the impression to be crying. In the picture one in all her fingers is seemingly wiping tears from her eyes.

Those who recognise the girl are urged to contact the pressure as a “matter of urgency”.

Northamptonshire Police stated: “Officers are urgently trying to trace the female to make sure that she is safe and well after she was visibly upset on the door camera of a local business at about 11pm.

“Officers investigating both incidents would like to hear from anyone who may have seen her at junction 9 of the A14 or on the Kettering Parkway Industrial Estate.

“They would particularly like to hear from anyone who may have captured her on dash-cam footage.

“An image has been issued but sadly this is not of a particularly decent quality.

“However, if you do recognise the person, please contact us as a matter of urgency.”

The lady, who’s white and in her mid-teens to early 20s, has lengthy darkish hair and was sporting distinctive framed glasses.

Anyone with details about the girl’s whereabouts ought to name 101 quoting incident quantity 422 of 28/06/24.