Father's fear for missing Paula
THE worried father of missing prostitute Paula Clennell has told how is “hoping for the best” as the hunt for his daughter goes on.The 24-year-old is one of two missing prostitutes who police are trying to trace amid growing concerns for their safety.
THE worried father of missing prostitute Paula Clennell has told how is “hoping for the best” as the hunt for his daughter goes on.
The 24-year-old is one of two missing prostitutes who police are trying to trace amid growing concerns for their safety.
Her father Brian, from Berwick, told the BBC he did not know his daughter had been working as a prostitute.
Mr Clennell, who has not seen his daughter for several years, said: “I was shocked when I found out she was working as a prostitute. I haven't seen her for several years, since my divorce.
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“I can only think she has got in with the wrong crowd and that she is lying low after all that has happened.”
Mr Clennell said his daughter was like any other young woman, and described her as a kind-hearted and loving soul.
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He said: “I would hear how she was from her sister in Norwich, but I never knew anything about her working as a prostitute. This is all news to me.
“There is nothing I can do up here and I'm just hoping for the best.”