Concern grows for missing teenagers - The Worcester Observer

Concern grows for missing teenagers

Worcester Editorial 25th Feb, 2015 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016   0

CONCERNS are growing over two teenage girls who have not been seen for more than 24 hours.

Grace King, 14, and Poppy Davison, 15, both failed to attend The Chantry School in Martley yesterday (February 24) morning and are believed to be together.

Grace is described as white, about 5ft, medium build with mousey blonde, shoulder length hair. Poppy is also white, about 5ft 8ins, medium build and long blonde hair.

Both girls were wearing The Chantry School uniform which consists of a white shirt, black skirts and a black blazer. Grace was also carrying a beige bag while Poppy was wearing a long green ‘MOD Rocker Jacket’ with fur around the hood, a scarf with some gold on it and black pumps.

The families of the pair have expressed their concern and have urged them to come home and said their safety is more important than them being in trouble.

Anyone who has seen the girls or knows their whereabouts can contact police on the non-emergency number 101.

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