Concerned friends and family have issued urgent pleas to find residents reported missing following the horrific Grenfell Tower fire in North Kensington .
A number of people are currently unaccounted for after the blaze broke out in the early hours of Wednesday (June 14) morning, the Mirror has reported .
Police have confirmed that six people died in the blaze , but that number is expected to rise.
Friends of Mariem Elgwahry are disparately searching for her and have launched appeals on Facebook after she was last heard from at 2.30am.
A friend wrote: "MISSING! Please let me know if you see Mariem Elgwahry. She was on the 19th floor Grenfell tower.
"Last someone heard from her was 2.30AM she was with her mum!!
"Please let anyone know if she has been located thank you for all your help please share!!
"I've been to the rugby club, harrow club Laymer Christian church with no luck yet."
Tottenham MP David Lammy has joined a search to find artist Khadija Saye who lives in the block along with her mum Mary Mendy.
The pair are both missing and have not been heard from since the early hours of this morning.
The family of 12-year-old Jessica Urbano have not seen her since the fire broke out and are among those who issued an emotional plea to find her.
Jessica, who lives on the 20th floor, phoned her mum from a fire escape at 1.39am but has not been heard from since.
Her auntie, Sandra Ruiz, told the Mirror her family are "desperately worried".
Her family have now issued a desperate appeal to find her.
And Ahmed Chellat told Good Morning Britain he has five relatives unaccounted after claiming they were told to stay indoors while the fire was ongoing.
He said: "When I saw the fire from my window, I rushed downstairs, I phoned my sister who lives in the same block, she was safe with her children.
"I phoned her and she spoke to me and said they were advised not to come out of the place and put white towels under the doors.
"Ten minutes later I phoned back and she said the smoke was getting into them very bad...and that was the last time I spoke to them".
For the latest updates on the fire, visit our live blog which we will be updating throughout the day .
The Metropolitan Police Casualty Bureau is open for members of the public who are concerned about relatives or friends who may have been affected the fire.
The number for the Casualty Bureau is 0800 0961 233.
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