Liverpool mother missing after night out in Manchester as family matter urgent appeal

The family of a Liverpool mother has made an urgent appeal after saying she was not coming home from a night out in Manchester. Danielle Hill was reportedly last seen on Monday, May 2, around 6 a.m. near Piccadilly station.

She was wearing a green Karrimor puffer jacket when she was last seen, Manchester Evening News reports. She had attended an event called ‘Back By Dope Demand’ at the Mint Lounge, on Oldham Street.

Her good friend Pablo was with her at the festival in Blackburn on Sunday, but she is said to have gone to Manchester with two other friends. Pablo, who described Danielle as someone with a ‘thick scouse accent’, told the MEN: “The club closed at 4 a.m. and because it was a public holiday, the train didn’t leave until 7:50 a.m., so they had time to kill.

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“The thing about Ellie (Danielle) is that she often befriends the homeless and I think that’s what happened. My friends were still with her at the time and they walked over to Piccadilly, sat down next to Sainsbury’s, but then she wandered off with this homeless man.

“Her whole family in Liverpool is mad with worry. I meet her brother and sister in Manchester to put up posters and search.”



Danielle Hill has been missing since Monday 2 May

“She goes on a rampage sometimes, but she always communicates with her family. You just need to log into Facebook to let her family know she’s okay or even let the police know, but it’s been four days now , so I think there’s something wrong.”

Manchester Evening News contacted Greater Manchester Police and Merseyside Police for comment.

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