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Police ‘growing increasingly concerned’ over missing Romford girl, 14

18:18 13 June 2014

Missing 14-year-old Charlotte Powell

Missing 14-year-old Charlotte Powell

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

Charlotte Powell, who is known to frequent Romford, Stratford and Forest Gate, was last seen at 8.30pm on Wednesday in the Apple store in Westfield, Stratford.

Police described Charlotte as white, 5ft5ins tall and of slim build, with blonde curly hair usually in a bun. When she disappeared she was wearing black jeans.

• Anyone with information regarding her whereabouts is asked to contact police on 101 or the charity Missing People on 116000.

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