MISSING Libby Squire’s distraught parents have released new pictures of their “much-loved” daughter almost two weeks after she va
MISSING Libby Squire’s distraught parents have released new pictures of their “much-loved” daughter almost two weeks after she vanished.
Lisa and Russ Squire issued photos of the smiling 21-year-old student as cops continue to hunt for her following her disappearance on January 31.
The pictures show Libby at home on Christmas Day last year and in Paris in May 2017 when she visited pals during a gap year.
Her desperate parents, from High Wycombe, Bucks, and three younger sisters issued the pictures – including one from a trip to Cyprus – to show intrepid Libby’s love for travel.
They said: “Libby is a much-loved big sister to her three younger siblings. They all really look up to her and she always expects them to behave.
“Libby has a big heart. She is always happy and having fun. She laughs a lot. She is a real family person and loves spending time at home with them.”
Police divers were today seen scouring Oak Road Playing Fields, which less than a mile from where the student was last seen.
Libby vanished after being turned away from The Welly club in Hull city centre on January 31 for being too drunk.
Chilling CCTV footage shows her stumbling towards the nightclub before the second-year philosophy undergraduate was put in a taxi.
She was last seen on a park bench near her student digs at 11.45pm.
CCTV footage then showed a woman believed to be Libby getting into a car and being driven away at 12.09am.
In separate footage revealed by The Sun, a similar car was seen being driven half a mile away ten minutes later.
A woman living close to where Libby was last seen later described hearing “bloodcurdling screams” at 12.30am – around 20 minutes after she vanished.
After she was reported missing, cops searched a river and pond close to her home but no trace has been found.
Bins, drains and gardens were also combed by officers but searches have so far proved fruitless.
BUTCHER IN COURT
Polish dad-of-two Pawel Relowicz, 24, appeared in court on Monday charged with voyeurism, outraging public decency and three counts of burglary unrelated to Libby.
He was originally arrested on suspicion of abducting Libby and still remains under investigation.
The butcher allegedly performed a sex act on himself on Libby’s street just 12 days before she vanished.
He is also accused of stealing a “quantity” of sex toys, condoms, knickers and photographs from a home in Hull days before she was last seen.
The alleged burglary – where a laptop, Kindle and speaker were also stolen – is said to have taken place between January 25 and January 28 – Libby vanished on January 31.
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Rełowicz also allegedly stole three vibrators from a home on his own street and took a PlayStation 4, a controller and £25 in cash from another house.
He has also denied observing a person carrying out a “private act” for his own sexual gratification.
The was arrested at the home he shares with his wife, Jagoda, 24, and two kids, with cops quizzing his neighbours about whether they “saw or heard anything unusual” on the night she went missing.
Rełowicz was remanded in custody to appear at Hull Crown Court on March 11.