A teenage girl missing since she flew to Pakistan with her younger sisters may have been forced to marry, a High Court judge has heard.
Alyssa Din, 16, and her sisters Safia, five, and Amani, four – all from Preston – have been missing since flying to Karachi via Islamabad in October.
Their parents Ilyas and Mazeley Din were jailed over their disappearance.
Mr Justice Hayden said he was extremely concerned about Alyssa’s welfare.
‘Brainwashed the children’
Mr and Mrs Din were jailed in December for contempt of court for failing to provide details of their children’s whereabouts.
Mr Din, who is in his late 40s, was given a 12-month term and Mrs Din, who is in her 30s, a six-month sentence.
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