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The 16-year-old New Yorker who flew to London is missing – 41NBC News

LONDON – A 16-year-old girl whose family believes he flew to London from New York City on Saturday is missing, police said.

Victoria Grabowski was not at her home in Queens when her father Radoslaw, When her uncle Arkadiusz "Erick" Grabowski came home from work Saturday, he told NBC News.

Radoslaw came home in the afternoon and found that the front door was wide open and Victoria's clothes were missing. He and Victoria's mother tried in vain to call her and text. After the parents left a message that they would contact the police, the subsequent calls went directly to the voicemail, said Arkadiusz Grabowski.

Victoria Grabowski. NYPD New York police to find the teenager whom they believe has flown to Heathrow airport.

The NYPD stated they are investigating. A missing person reported that Victoria is 5 feet, 3 inches tall, 1

10 pounds, with blue eyes and blond hair.

Her family is not sure what she wore when she disappeared.

Since Victoria's disappearance According to Arkadiusz Grabowski, her parents have learned from family cell phone records that she was searching for flights to London on her phone. They also confirmed that she had boarded a plane to London from John F. Kennedy International Airport on Saturday night, the girl's uncle said, adding that the investigators had told the family that Victoria had paid for her ticket in cash Poland about two decades ago, said her uncle. She and her brother were born in the United States.

The family is confused by their disappearance, as Victoria did not seem rebellious, said Arkadiusz Grabowski. "She was a honor student, a very good girl, she had no friends, she did not go out, very quiet honor student," he said.

He said her parents were worried that she might have gone to London for an older one Arkadiusz Grabowski said that when her mother asked who the person was, the teenager replied, "It's nobody, just a friend."

Caroline Radnofsky reported London and Elisha Fieldstadt from New York.

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