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Family of missing mum Khasha Smith hold vigil after cops confirm fears she has 'come to harm'

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The family of missing mum Khasha Smith have held a vigil after cops confirmed fears she 'may have come to harm'.Cards, flowers and balloons were attached to a fence near the mum-of-three's home in the Calder Grove area of Edinburgh to mark her 36th birthday on March 27.A major police search for Khasha remains underway after she vanished on October 10 last year.She is believed to have made contact with her loved ones between November 1 and 4 before being formally reported missing in January.Daughter Calley Smith, 18, shared pictures on the moving tribute on social media while reissuing an appeal for help to find her mum.She wrote: “Thank you so much to everyone who has gone down to add to my mum's birthday display, it means so much to me and the family.

Please still feel free to pop down. Join the Daily Record's WhatsApp community here and get the latest news sent straight to your messages. “And also would like to thank everybody for sharing all the posts we have put out there and continue to do so, it’s a massive help and hasn’t gone unnoticed.”The brave teenager last month told how she was ‘living the worst dream’ as she made an emotional plea for information about her mum’s disappearance.She said: “I recently had my 18th birthday and didn’t hear anything from my mum.

She would never miss my birthday, my sisters’ birthdays, or Christmas.“It’s just not her. We miss her so much. We want nothing more than my mum to walk through the door and to be able to give her a massive hug.

It feels like I’m living the worst dream I could ever imagine.“I can’t express what it would mean to have my mum home. So I’m asking anyone with any information - please come forward and help the police bring my mum home for me, my sisters and

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