Police appeal over missing Brentwood girl
The police have said they are worried about the welfare of a teenage girl from Brentwood who has gone missing.
Nafisa Diyar, 15, who lives with her foster parents, was last seen outside Brentwood train station around 4pm last Friday (June 3).
Police believe she may have been travelling to meet friends in London.
Chief Insp Simon Werrett said: “Nafisa is an extremely vulnerable young woman and had only �15 when she went missing. She has no access to any bank accounts.
“We want to hear from anyone who may have seen her travelling by train on Friday afternoon or evening.”
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Nafisa (pictured) is black, 5ft 5ins tall and had dark Afro hair in a pony tail. When last seen she was wearing a black mini-dress and boots.
Anyone with information should contact Brentwood police station on 0300 333 4444.
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