BRITISH TEEN GIRLS MISSING AS ENGLISH POLICE LAUNCH FRANTIC HUNT

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BRITISH TEEN GIRLS MISSING AS ENGLISH POLICE LAUNCH FRANTIC HUNT Credit: Twitter

TWO DIFFERENT missing persons cases have been reported over the last forty-eight hours triggering alarm bells, police are reported to be “extremely concerned”.

A frantic search for two missing teenage girls aged 16 and 17 has been launched by Sussex police.

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The two teenage girls reportedly vanished in Sussex on Monday.

Chanelle Swanson, 17, and Maisie Farley, 16, are believed to be together and travelling on public transport.


The pair disappeared on Monday afternoon and have links to North London.

Chanelle, from Brighton, has been described as 5ft 3ins with a slim build, black hair, a nose piercing and braces.


She was last seen wearing blue skinny jeans, black knee high boots, a beige coat and carrying a Louis Vuitton bag.

Maisie, from Southbourne, is 5ft 4ins, with a slim build, long brown hair and she was last seen wearing a grey suede jacket with blue jeans.

“We are desperate to find two #missing teenagers, have you seen them? Chanelle, 17, and Maisie, 16, both went missing on Monday (2 Dec) and are believed to be together. They have links to #Chichester, #Southbourne, #Brighton and #NorthLondon.”

The frantic hunt has been followed by another desperate search for another two British teenage girls, also missing since Monday.

The girls are reported to be 14-year-old. Both girls, Leah Flower and Chloe Horsfall were dropped off near a school in Dover, Kent, at 8.30am on Monday and taken to a Morrisons store in the town by local taxi firm A1 and have been missing since.

Anyone with information is urged to contact 999

 





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