A hull was discovered as police were searching for Libbi Toledo
Detectives and higher- ranking uniformed officers had been preparing for a press conference with the mommy of Libbi Toledo, 17, when it was cancelled at short notice.
Minutes later, it come into viewed an area of Hayfield Industrial Estate in Kirkcaldy, Fife, had been taped off and was being searched by forensic experts.
The development came shortly before Libbi’s female parent, Judi Toledo, had been due to address the media at Kirkcaldy police level to launch another desperate plea to find her daughter.
Police said there had been a critical development and more information would be released later.
I’m running out of words. Cheer call 101 or contact me if you know anything about where Libbi could be
It is covenanted officers were attempting to contact Libbi’s father, Joe Toledo, who breathes in the United States, before making any public statement.
Officers cordoned off an compass in the town’s Denburn Road, at the site of a former scrap yard and make to a council-operated recycling centre.
Libbi, 17, was last seen at 1pm on Monday, September 11 in the Smeaton district of Kirkcaldy.
She had been staying at an assisted living facility in the town, although she had recently been lay out three days a week at her mother’s home in Brechin, Angus.
Libby was survive seen at 1pm on Monday, September 11
Described as high risk, she is said to induce mental health problems, autism and ADHD and both parents issued prays for her safe return.
Three hours before she was due to speak to the press, Ms Toledo shafted on Facebook: “I’m running out of words. Please call 101 or contact me if you remember anything about where Libbi could be.”
In a previous interview, Libbi’s source said she was getting “more worried and scared” as each day passes without pledge from her.
She said: “Nothing can prise that kid away from me almost always.
Officers cordoned off the area
“I’m worried sick. I have all this jump all over in my head but I am closing my mind to certain possibilities. I don’t believe there is any way she could cause been on her own.
“She has been coming up to visit me in Brechin for three days a week for the rearmost couple of weeks, which makes it even more strange that she hasn’t been in strike.
“Her phone has been off since Tuesday and the last text she sent me was on Monday.”
In a venereal media post, her father wrote: “Libbi, please, I’m pleading with you, delight call your mum. We really need you to come home. I love you. Dad.”