Family appeal for help finding missing 14-year-old girl from Twickenham

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 (Metropolitan Police)
(Metropolitan Police)

The family of a missing 14-year-old girl have spoken of their fears for her safety, saying: “we need her home.”

Clementine Reardon, from Twickenham, was reported missing on the afternoon of Thursday, 21 April having been seen earlier the same day.

Her father wrote a desperate appeal on Facebook, saying: “We are very worried about her and need her home.”

Detectives have been following a number of enquiries and had suspected she might be in the company of friends, potentially in the Acton area.

At this time there has been no trace of her.

Though there is no information at this time to suggest she has come to harm, her disappearance is very much out of character and concern for her welfare is growing.

A number of appeals for information have been issued by Clementine’s desperately worried family and by police on social media, but as yet her whereabouts remains unknown.

It is unknown where she might have gone or whether she may have travelled outside of London. S

he is last thought to have been wearing a white t-shirt with blue Nike tracksuit bottoms, however may have changed clothes since then.

Clementine’s family urge her to contact them and let them know she is safe.

Any information as to her whereabouts can be given by calling 101 ref 22MIS013222.

Any immediate sightings should be reported via 999.

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