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Police appealing for information about missing Romford girl

16:29 14 July 2014

Ellie Austin

Ellie Austin

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Police are becoming increasingly concerned about a 14-year-old girl who has been missing for more than two weeks.

Ellie Austin was last seen on June 29 in SomsersetEllie Austin was last seen on June 29 in Somserset

Ellie Austin has been missing from an address where she was staying in Somerset since 4.40pm on Sunday, June 29.

Ellie, originally from Romford, is white, 5ft 6in and of medium build. She has brown straight hair past her shoulders in length.

She is known to frequent Romford, Harold Hill and Dagenham areas.

When she was last seen she was wearing a long black skirt and blue denim waistcoat.

Anyone who has information concerning Ellie’s whereabouts should call police by dialling 101 or call Missing people on 116000.

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