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Concern over girl, 14, missing from Romford

09:30 21 June 2014

Milly Davie, 14, from Romford, has been missing since Thursday.

Milly Davie, 14, from Romford, has been missing since Thursday.

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Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of a 14-year-old girl missing from Romford.

Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of a 14-year-old girl missing from Romford.

Milly Davie, who is slim, 5ft 7ins and has shoulder length mousey brown hair, was last seen at 8am on Thursday.

Police said she was wearing a black jacket, white shirt and green tie when she was last sighted in Romford, which she is known to frequent along with Harold Hill.

If you see her, contact police in Havering on 101 or charity Missing People on 116 000 quoting reference 14MIS021346.

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