Police searching for missing Romford teenager appeal for help

PUBLISHED: 15:40 07 September 2014 | UPDATED: 15:40 07 September 2014

Missing 12-year-old Alysson Kinata

Missing 12-year-old Alysson Kinata


Police are appealing for help in tracing a missing 12-year-old girl from Romford.

Alysson Kinata was last seen at 4pm yesterday at Dagenham Heathway Rail Station.

Alysson is described as a black female, 5ft 4ins tall, of slim build with black hair worn in four braids.

At the time of her disappearance she was wearing pink skinny jeans, a blouse, small red shoulder bag and a dark brown leather and cotton mixed jacket.

Officers are increasingly concerned for her wellbeing and would urge anyone with information on his whereabouts to call police on 101 or Missing People on 116000 quoting reference: 14MIS031856.

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