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Appeal to find high-risk missing teenage girl from Havering

PUBLISHED: 11:20 19 February 2018 | UPDATED: 11:31 19 February 2018

Tianna Lyn, 14, has been missing from Havering since the morning of February 16. Photo: Met Police

Tianna Lyn, 14, has been missing from Havering since the morning of February 16. Photo: Met Police

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Police are appealing to find a 14-year-old girl missing from Havering.

Tianna Lyn is a high-risk missing person has not been heard from since the morning of February 16.

She has been travelling in Woolwich and Camden.

She normally wears glasses, but is not wearing them at the moment.

Her hair is a copper colour.

Contact police with information on 101 and quote Merlin reference 18MIS006835

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