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Police ***were*** looking for "Stacey Hall" in Leeds. Not now: HOAX !!!

DPinBucks

Distinguished Member
Why cant they trace the number?
Mobile: they can trace the number, but too late to get a mast fix, I guess.

I must say it seems a little odd they can't trace it from all the info they did get. They should know the mobile number, which would give a name and address, even it's a PaYG.

She was pretty lucid for a 3yo. If it were genuine, it makes harrowing listening. Let's really really hope it was a hoax.
 

Flimber

Distinguished Member
I hope they asked her what school she's going to go to; what nursery she goes to (if any); what date her birthday is; what her Dad's name is; where Mummy likes to take her to play; what car is parked outside her house etc etc etc. It's not clear why the call ended. Hope it's not going to turn out to be a hoax but the Police have been knocking on possible houses all day yesterday and this morning trying to exhaust the possibilities.

Mike.
 

Chox1988

Distinguished Member
I hope they asked her what school she's going to go to; what nursery she goes to (if any); what date her birthday is; what her Dad's name is; where Mummy likes to take her to play; what car is parked outside her house etc etc etc. It's not clear why the call ended. Hope it's not going to turn out to be a hoax but the Police have been knocking on possible houses all day yesterday and this morning trying to exhaust the possibilities.

Mike.

I think that just cut off for the papers website, they say the call went on for 30 odd minutes and they got a lot of detail from her.

They could release the mobile number that was used, that might get hits from companies or friends etc, or is that a really bad idea?
 

DPinBucks

Distinguished Member
I hope they asked her what school she's going to go to; what nursery she goes to (if any); what date her birthday is; what her Dad's name is; where Mummy likes to take her to play; what car is parked outside her house etc etc etc. It's not clear why the call ended. Hope it's not going to turn out to be a hoax but the Police have been knocking on possible houses all day yesterday and this morning trying to exhaust the possibilities.

Mike.
I take your point about hoax, but for once I'd rather it were some subhuman trying it on (especially if he's caught) than to think of a little girl left alone for so long with her injured or dead mum. My granddaughter's 3.
 

Flimber

Distinguished Member
Presumably, they've been trying to ring it back anyway but you wouldn't want just anyone calling it.
 

Daddy k

Distinguished Member
I assume the battery ran out hence the call ending and no other contact. Hope it's a hoax
 

fizl

Prominent Member
I hope with all my heart its a hoax. The thought of that little girl sat with her mum is so sad
 

Flimber

Distinguished Member
The SIM can't have been used to make or receive any other calls either as they'd be all over those numbers too.
 

fizl

Prominent Member
Relieved it wasn't real though
 

Foebane72

Prominent Member
She was pretty lucid for a 3yo. If it were genuine, it makes harrowing listening. Let's really really hope it was a hoax.

TOO lucid. For one thing, she didn't sound 3 or even nearly 4 to me - her vocabulary was too large, for one thing. This was the thing that bugged me about the call, something didn't seem right.

The frickin' little scrotes. :mad:
 

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