Shannon Canning: Concerns Grow For Missing 24-Year-Old Lancaster Woman
Lancaster Police are appealing for information as concern grows for 24-year-old Shannon Canning who hasn't been seen since the early hours of Friday morning. The missing woman failed to turn up for work on Friday afternoon and none of her friends or family have heard anything from her.
Lancaster Police have urged the public to assist in locating the missing woman and stressed they are becoming increasingly concerned about her welfare.
24-year-old Shannon has not been seen or heard from since she left her home address in Keswick Court, Lancaster, in the early hours of Friday morning,
Police say this is completely out of character for the missing woman.
Shannon failed to arrive for work on Friday afternoon when she was due to open up at Tipple Bar in Lancaster city centre.
None of her family or friends have heard from her.
Lancaster Police said they have a dedicated search and investigation team working alongside partners from other agencies to find Shannon as quickly as possible.
They added that members of the public will see an increased presence of police officers and specialist resources in Lancaster, particularly around the Ridge estate and city centre.
Police stated that a number of premises will be secured as they continue to piece together Shannon's movements. North West Underwater Search Unit and Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service are also involved in the search.
Police said that this is currently a missing-from-home investigation, but other lines of enquiry are open, including searching specific addresses, studying CCTV footage, and speaking to members of the public.
Anyone who thinks they may have seen Shannon since the early hours of Friday, May 19, are urged to contact police immediately.
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