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MISSING: Police concerned for missing vulnerable teenage girl after she was last seen getting in car

POLICE have launched an urgent appeal to find a vulnerable missing 14-year-old girl after she was last seen getting into a dark-coloured car near a pub.

Leah Mullins (above) was last seen at about 7.30pm on Friday evening with her family increasingly concerned for her welfare.

A Wiltshire Police spokesperson said: "We are urgently appealing to the public to help find 14-year-old Leah Mullins who has been reported missing in Sherston, near Malmesbury.

"She is a vulnerable person and may appear to be confused or upset and her family are growing increasingly concerned for her welfare."

Leah was reportedly seen to get into a possibly burgundy or dark coloured older estate car near the Angel Pub on Sherston High Street.

She was wearing a pair of blue fleece shorts and a white Bambi t-shirt. She is not wearing a coat and has blonde hair worn loose.

Officers are appealing for a man walking two small white dogs at the time of her disappearance to get in touch.

Detective Inspector Debbie Hatch said: "We are getting increasingly concerned for Leah's safety. We would urge anyone with information to get in touch with us as soon as possible.

"We would particularly like to speak to a man who was on Sherston High Street at around the same time Leah is thought to have got into a car. If this was you, please do get in touch, as we believe you may have information that could help us.

"We would also appeal to Leah; if you are reading this to get in touch with us straight away. You are not in any trouble. We just want to make sure that you are safe."

Anyone with information or who knows where Leah is should contact police immediately by calling 999 and quoting log 263 of 29/12/23.


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