Grace Howard, a 13-Year-Old Missing Is Still Mysterious

Last Updated on September 12, 2023, 8:44 am

Grace Howard, a 13-year-old, went missing from Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs, and as of the most recent updates, she has still not been found by the family or NSW Police.

Grace Howard Missing
Grace Howard (Image via Facebook)

An upsurge of support and a stepped-up search effort has followed Grace, last seen on Sunday, September 10, 2023, at around 2 PM at Bondi Junction, and suddenly, she disappeared from there and is still on the missing persons list.

She wore her black jumper with a distinctive red sign-on, which had come to represent her case when she was last seen wearing it. Authorities describe her as South American, standing 165 cm tall, with a medium build and dark hair.

The NSW Police Force shared her missing details through an official Facebook post and stated,

“Have you seen Grace? Due to her young age, police have major concerns for her welfare.”

There has been no progress in finding Grace despite the committed efforts of the NSW police and the engaged community. The stress and worry around her case only grow as time goes on as she is a young girl.

Howard’s family, the neighborhood, and law enforcement authorities are still extremely concerned and distressed about what happened to Grace that Sunday, when she vanished from Bondi Junction.

Concerns about her safety are increasing as the hours pass, and her family and law officials are working nonstop to bring her home safely, with posters, social media shares, and press coverage widely disseminating her image and tale.

The seriousness of the problem is reflected in the police’s relentless efforts, which leave no stone unturned. No matter how little a lead may be, it is diligently pursued. In such circumstances, the effectiveness of group effort and community support is made clear.

Prayers and support to her family and society in this time. I hope she will find out soon and reach safely to her home.


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