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Police search for missing Wolverhampton girl, 15

Chloe was last seen at her home in Fordhouses more than a week ago Credit: West Midlands Police

Police are continuing to search for a 15 year-old girl from Wolverhampton who has been missing for more than a week.

Chloe Scotford was last seen on Saturday 20 September when she left her home on Winchester Road in Fordhouses.

She has been reported missing on a number of occasions. She was found in September in Willenhall, Coventry, but is also known to travel to Stoke-on-Trent.

She is described as white with long blonde hair and was last seen wearing a beige hooded top and blue skinny leggings.

We really need to find Chloe as we believe she is quite vulnerable; she has been missing several times before and on each occasion was found in Coventry.

We continue to make enquiries to locate Chloe and have been visiting addresses in Wolverhampton and Coventry.

– Sergent Andy Padmore, Wolverhampton Police

Anyone with information is asked to call West Midlands Police on 101.

Concerns for missing teenager from Wolverhampton

Concern is growing for a missing 15-year-old girl from Wolverhampton who vanished from her home last Saturday.

Chloe Scotford Credit: West Midlands Police

Police believe Chloe Scotford may now be in Coventry after leaving her Winchester Road home in the Fordhouses area.

Chloe has been reported missing on several occasions before and in September was found in Coventry, but is also known to visit Stoke.

Prisoner escapes jail and carries out terrifying armed raid

A prisoner has been sent back to jail after escaping to carry out a terrifying armed raid on a house in Coventry.

Lee Middleton Credit: BPM Media

Lee Middleton stuffed pillows into his bed at HMP Hewell to fool guards, who only discovered he had escaped when police called to tell them he was in custody.

The 32-year-old and another man threatened a couple in their home with a knuckle-duster and a knife before fleeing in their Audi.

He was eventually caught after driving the wrong way down the M42 motorway with the lights off and a high-speed police chase.

He has appeared at Leamington Crown Court and jailed for a total of 11 years and six months.

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5000 cars in West Midlands broken into after left unlocked

More than 5,000 cars were stolen or broken into in the West Midlands last year after owners left them unlocked or with windows open.

A campaign's been launched warning motorists to lock their car doors. Credit: PA/PA Archive/Press Association Images

That's according to police who have now launched a campaign urging motorists to check their doors are locked.

In one instance a man from Coventry was fined £85 by magistrates last week after being caught on CCTV stealing from cars after checking to see if the doors had been left open.

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