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Family of missing heavily-pregnant woman, 25, appeal for information

Published 19/10/2015

Ella Pecko was last seen in High Wycombe (Thames Valley Police/PA)
Ella Pecko was last seen in High Wycombe (Thames Valley Police/PA)

The family of a heavily pregnant woman who has gone missing have appealed for information on her safety.

Ella Pecko, 25, and 35 weeks pregnant, was last seen in High Wycombe on Friday.

In a statement her family said: "As a family we are distraught that our lovely daughter, Ella is still missing and all we want is to hear news of her whereabouts and to be reassured that she and the baby she is carrying are safe and well. We are too distressed to make any further comment at this stage."

Ms Pecko was last seen in Totteridge Lane, High Wycombe, at about 10.30am on Friday, and was then seen in High Wycombe town centre later that day.

She is white, about 5ft 10in, slim, with long blonde hair and blue eyes, Thames Valley Police said.

When last seen she was wearing a brown coat with fur on the collar and brown Ugg boots.

She does not drive so is likely to be on foot or using public transport, and she also has links to Aylesbury.

Investigating officer, Detective Inspector David Dachtler, said: "We are obviously concerned for Ella's safety, especially considering that she is 35 weeks pregnant.

"Ella, if you are reading this message then please make contact with your family or the police by calling 101. We just want to know that you are safe and well."

If anyone has any information about Ms Pecko's whereabouts police ask them to contact the force via 101.

People can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at

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