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Police issue appeal for missing Canterbury teenager

Meryl Turner-Maynard
Meryl Turner-Maynard

Police have appealed for information about a missing Canterbury teenager.

Meryl Turner-Maynard, 18, was last seen at her Gas Street home last Wednesday (July 21) at 1.30pm and had been due to return later in the afternoon.

Insp Gordon Etheridge said: "We are worried about Meryl's disappearance and that she has not been in contact with her family or friends since Wednesday. Meryl has learning difficulties and is therefore vulnerable so we have concerns for her welfare."

Meryl is 5ft 5ins tall and is of slim build. She has light brown, collar-length hair and blue eyes. When she was last seen she was wearing black "jeggings", which are leggings styled to look like tight denim jeans, a grey vest top and white flat shoes or grey plimsolls.

Anyone who can help is urged to contact Kent Police on 01622 690690.

Police would like to thank the public for their help in tracing missing Canterbury man Steve Hewitt, who was found safe and well in Ashford on Saturday (July 24).

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