Three teenage girls still missing from Warwickshire

12 October 2013 16:45

Three teenage girls still missing from Warwickshire

Incident 12, October 11

Police in Warwickshire are continuing to search for three vulnerable teenage girls who were reported missing from the Alcester area in the early hours of yesterday morning (Friday October 11), and have released more details about them.

Naomi Smallwood, 16, Sophie Hands, 15, and Jenny Mitchell, 14, were reported missing shortly after 01.30hrs and officers immediately began a thorough search of the area.

The three girls are known to have contacts in Birmingham, Manchester and Cardiff and enquiries have been made with police forces in those areas as well as British Transport Police.

Naomi Smallwood is described as being a white female, 5’ 7” tall, of slim build with blonde hair with pink dye. When last seen she was wearing a purple track suit.

Sophie Hands is described as being a white female, 5’ 6” tall, of slim build with long pink hair which is shaved at one side. She was wearing black jeans and a body warmer.

Jenny Mitchell described as being a white female, 5’ 8" tall with blonde hair which has pink and orange colouring in it and also shaved on one side. When last seen she was wearing a pink track suit.

Due to their descriptions and their clothing the three girls together will be quite recognisable.

All the girls are considered to be vulnerable due to their age and police are keen to hear from anyone who may have seen them, or has any information about their whereabouts or intentions so they can be located quickly.

Anyone who sees the girls is asked to dial 999 and ask for Warwickshire Police, and anyone with other information is asked to contact the force on 101.

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Anne Tugwell


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