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Can you help?: Police searching for missing Romford teen

PUBLISHED: 14:53 11 September 2014 | UPDATED: 14:56 11 September 2014

Missing teen Charlotte Powell. Picture: Met Police

Missing teen Charlotte Powell. Picture: Met Police

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Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of a 15-year-old girl from Romford who has been missing for five days.

Missing 14-year-old Charlotte PowellMissing 14-year-old Charlotte Powell

Charlotte Powell was last seen at around 4.30pm on September 6 in Romford.

She was wearing a retro-style, baggy, black, Levi, denim jacket, with skinny jeans and black Dr Marten boots.

The missing teen is described as white, 5ft 5in tall and of medium build. She has shoulder-length, dyed black hair which is shaved at the back and she often ties it up.

She is known to frequent the Hornchurch, Romford, Lodge Farm, and Stratford areas.

The police previously appealed for her after she disappeared in June and she returned less than a week later.

Officers are urging anyone with information on her whereabouts to call police on 101 quoting reference 14MIS032164 or charity Missing People on 116 000.

Read more:

Missing girl, 14, found ‘safe and well’

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


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