POLICE are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of two Alcester girls aged 16 and 14 who were reported missing from their homes yesterday at 7.40pm.
Officers who have been out searching for 16-year-old Naomi Smallwood and 14-year-old Jenny Mitchell now believe the two girls may have caught a train or hitch hiked to Evesham or Birmingham.
Police are asking the public for their urgent help so the girls can be located quickly.
They may still be in the Evesham or Birmingham area or may have travelled to another part of the country – possibly Cardiff.
Inspector Andy Reynolds said “Both females are described as vulnerable due to their age and officers are concerned they may put themselves in a harmful situation.”
Naomi is a white medium build female, 5ft 2in tall with bleached blond hair. She is wearing fake tan and suffers from asthma. Jenny also has bleached blond hair.
Both girls were wearing onesies when they went missing but it is believed they may now have changed their clothes.
Inspector Andy Reynolds is asking members of the public to please report any sightings of the girls immediately to Warwickshire Police on 101.
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