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Family ‘really worried’ about missing Romford teen Milly Davy who is missing again minutes after being found

PUBLISHED: 17:53 22 July 2014 | UPDATED: 09:32 23 July 2014

Police are looking for Milly Davy. Picture: Met Police

Police are looking for Milly Davy. Picture: Met Police

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The sister of a teenager who has once again gone missing, shortly after she returned to her home yesterday, is appealing for witnesses to help find her.

Police are searching for Milly Davy, 14, from Romford, after she was escorted home by the police but disappeared again five minutes after she returned home.

Lauren Davy, 24, from Peel Way, Harold Wood, said: “We are all really worried about her, she keeps running away and I don’t know why.”

Milly was first reported missing on July 19 but visited her family briefly last week for her sister’s birthday and then went missing again yesterday after she was discovered by police in Barking.

Lauren said: “I feel really bad that she keeps leaving because she is my sister at the end of the day and I do not want anything to happen to her.

“It just stresses everything out. Our family is very worried and we don’t understand she keeps doing this.”

She was wearing a navy dress and black Nike trainers at the time of her latest disappearance.

Milly is described as white, 5ft 8in tall, of slim build, and has long, mousey blonde hair and is know to frequent the Romford and Harold Hill areas.

If you have seen the missing teenager or know where she may be, contact the Havering Police Missing Person Unit on 101 or charity Missing People on 11600.

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