Libby Squire was last seen on Thursday night (Image: NC)
Humberside Police Superintendent Simon Gawthorpe, who is leading the search, said his officers have been out all night searching for the 21-year-old. Libby, a student at the University of Hull described as “very thoughtful and caring”, was last seen on CCTV at 11.45pm on Thursday on Beverley Road, close to Haworth Street. The superintendent said that from there Libby may have walked in either direction down Beverley Road or Haworth Street.
Before that, Libby’s friends saw the young girl getting into a cab outside the Welly Club on Beverley Road at about 11pm and left it near her home on Wellesley Avenue.
Supt Gawthorpe said: "Over 70 officers have been out searching and speaking to friends, visiting pubs and clubs in the area and making enquiries with those who saw her during the evening.
"Officers are out again today searching and we are hoping that Libby will return safe and well.
"I urge anyone who knows anything about her whereabouts to come forward and speak to us."
Friends and students at the University of Hull are organising their own search party (Image: NC)
Supt Gawthorpe added police is supporting Libby’s family in this difficult moment.
He added: “We are supporting Libby's family who have described her as a very