Do you know where Lana Purcell is?

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By JulieGK | Friday, January 18, 2013, 21:25

Camden police are issuing a renewed appeal

for information about the whereabouts of Lana Purcell to mark the second

anniversary of her disappearance.

Lana Purcell went missing on January 17,

2011 from the Wellesley Road, Kentish Town, NW5. This is the second anniversary

of Lana's disappearance and her family, in particular, her young daughter, are

desperate for any information as to her whereabouts.

It is not known why Lana, who was 28 at

the time, disappeared. Last sightings of Lana confirm that she was not unhappy

and did not appear to have any obvious problems. If anything, Lana was recently

described as a 'Happy Go Lucky' type of person.

Since Lana went missing there have not

been any confirmed sightings and her family have not had any form of contact.

Detective Chief Inspector John Marriott,

said: "Lana, if you are safe and well I would ask you to make contact with

your family and police at the earliest opportunity."

At the time of her disappearance Lana was

described as being white with a pale complexion of slim build and 5'3" tall and

long dark brown hair. No visible marks, tattoos or piercings. Lana may be using

an assumed name of Lisa O'Connor, Lana Casey, Nadia or Davina Purcell.

Davina Purcell, Lana's sister, said:

"We just want to hear her voice again, to know she is alright and to know

she is alive and well. If anyone has any information about Lana, please contact

Camden police. Any information that would explain what has happened to her

would be very appreciated."

If any member of the public has any

information they can contact the police directly on 020 8733 6591 between 8am

and 6pm or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. Any information received will be

treated in the strictest confidence.

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