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Update: Romford girl Ellie Austin missing for more than three weeks

PUBLISHED: 16:05 22 July 2014 | UPDATED: 16:32 22 July 2014

Ellie Austin

Ellie Austin

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Police are increasingly concerned about the 14-year-old Ellie Austin who has now been missing for more than three weeks.

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

The teenage girl from Romford went missing from an address in Somerset, where she was staying, at 4.40pm on June 29.

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

Ellie is described as white, 5ft 6in and of medium build. She has brown, straight hair that hangs passed her shoulders.

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

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

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