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Police are appealing to the public for information regarding the whereabouts of a 15-year-old girl who may be in Meopham

03 January 2014
by Thom Morris

Police are appealing to the public for information regarding the whereabouts of a 15-year-old girl, who was reported missing on December 27.

It is believed she may be in Meopham.

Officers are becoming concerned over the welfare of Cherise Barfoot, who was reported missing to police in Durham on December 27, having last been seen at her address in Cockfield, near Bishop Auckland, Durham.

Cherise Barfoot

Cherise Barfoot

Cherise has family links to the Bromley and Chessington areas and has also previously resided in Meopham and Nottingham.

Police received a report that she was seen in the Haringey area on December 28, but believe she could be in any of the areas she has connections with as well as the Greater London area.

Cherise is described as a light-skinned black girl, with shoulder-length blonde hair, of slim build and approximately 5ft 2ins.

She was last seen wearing a black padded-jacket with a fur hood, grey tracksuit bottoms and black Nike trainers with a purple tick logo.

PC Richard Teall, from Bromley's Missing Persons Unit, who is leading the investigation said: "Cherise is a vulnerable young girl and we are keen to locate her as quickly as possible to ensure that she is safe and well.

"We would urge anyone who might have seen her or has been in contact with her to get in touch with us."

Anyone with information on Cherise's whereabouts should contact police in Bromley on 0208 284 8766 or call the Missing People charity on 116 000.

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