Urgent search launched for three children missing after Thorpe Park visit

Khandi, 14 (front), Amelia, nine, and Malik, seven have been reported missing
-Credit: (Image: Surrey Police)


UPDATE - Surrey Police provided an update 1.39pm on Tuesday (June 18) to confirm all three children have been found safe in London. You can read the full update here.

Three children have gone missing following a trip to Thorpe Park, sparking a police search.

Surrey Police are on the lookout for Khandi, 14, Amelia, nine, and Malik, seven, who vanished on Monday evening (June 17) with reports of their disappearance from the Chertsey area coming in shortly after 7pm.

Khandi has been described as Black, female, 160cm tall, has a slim build, and was last seen wearing black or grey joggers, a white top, white kicks, black framed specs, and an array of bracelets on each wrist. Amelia, is described as female, European, 110cm tall, slim, and was wearing grey joggers, a grey long-sleeve top emblazoned with "Believe", and white trainers.

READ MORE: Sir Ian McKellen taken to hospital after falling off stage during West End show

Malik is described as male, European, also 110cm and slim. He was last seen in black joggers, black trainers, and a green striped long-sleeve top. The two youngest kids are siblings.

The trio were last spotted departing the park towards Staines town centre just before 3.20pm, Surrey Police said. If anyone has information or has seen the children, they're urged to get in touch with Surrey Police, referencing PR/SYP-20240617-0648.

Want more from MyLondon? Sign up to our daily newsletters for all the latest and greatest from across London here.