Date: 11 Jun 2000
Place: Queens Road, Norwich
Kellie Pratt disappeared from Norwich where she was working in the red-light district.
Her body has never been found and it was thought that she has been murdered.
She was a heroin addict and had moved to Norwich after being released from prison after being convicted of shoplifting. She then started working as a prostitute.
She was last seen outside the Rose Inn at the junction of Queen's Road and City Road at 11:30pm talking on her mobile phone.
It was noted that a few minutes later two women were seen arguing in Kensington Place nearby although it was not known for certain that Kellie Pratt was one of them.
She was reported missing a while later after she missed a pre-arranged lift and could not be contacted on her Nokia 6100 phone. Her phone has never been found.
Kellie Pratt was described as white, 5ft 4in tall, with a medium build and fair hair that was shaved at the front and sides. She was also said to have had badly scarred arms. When she was last seen she was wearing a black mini skirt, a black T-shirt and a light blue coat.
She had two children, a 9-year-old boy and a 5-year-old boy.
Her disappearance was later investigated in relation to the 2006 prostitute murders carried out by Steve Wright who was convicted for the murders of five women, but the police said that they had ruled out any connection.
The Norwich Red Light District is said to have been defined by the area within King Street, Rouen Road, Ber Street and Queen's Road and is known as The Block. It is said to have been used for prostitution since the 17th century.