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Social media campaign shared more than 60,000 times in search for missing 13-year-old girl

Amber Peat was last seen at her house in Bosworth Street on Saturday evening. Credit: Nottinghamshire Police

A social media campaign has been shared more than 60 thousand times as the family of a missing 13-year-old girl from Nottinghamshire try to find her.

Amber Peat disappeared from the Ladybrook area of Mansfield on 30th May.

She was last seen wearing a black Puma hoody, blue jeans and purple trainers.

Concerns are growing for the 13-year-old who left her house in Bosworth Street at around 5.30pm on Saturday.

Nottinghamshire police hope this picture will help find her.

Missing Persons Coordinator Kirsty Gittings said:

“If you know where Amber is or have any information please call us on 101, quoting incident 56 of 31 May.

“Amber, if you are reading this appeal please get in touch with us or your parents. They are very worried about you.”

– Kirsty Gittings, Nottinghamshire Police

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Police release new image in appeal to find missing Nottinghamshire girl

Amber went missing from her home in Mansfield on Saturday evening. Credit: Nottinghamshire Police

Officers searching for missing 13-year-old Amber Peat from Mansfield are renewing their appeal and sharing a new image in their attempts to find her.

Amber went missing from her home in Bosworth Street in Mansfield at around 5.30pm on Saturday (30 May, 2015).

Officers are carrying out searches in the local area and believe there is every chance she is still in the Mansfield area.

Amber Peat is described as white with long dark brown hair. She is around 4 ft tall and of a petite build with brown eyes and a tiny scar above her lip. She was last seen wearing a black Puma zip up top, purple trainers and blue jeans.

"If you know where Amber is or have any information please call us on 101, quoting incident 56 of 31 May.

“Amber, if you are reading this appeal please get in touch with us or your parents. They are very worried about you.”

– Missing Persons Coordinator Kirsty Gittings

Police appeal to find missing Nottinghamshire girl

Picture released of 13-year old Amber Peat Credit: Nottinghamshire Police

Nottinghamshire Police are appealing for help in tracing a 13-year old girl who's gone missing from her home on Bosworth Street in Mansfield.

Amber Peat was last seen around 5:30pm yesterday. She's described as white with long dark brown hair, around 4 ft tall and of a petite build, with brown eyes and a tiny scar above her lip.

Police say Amber was last seen wearing a black Puma zip up top, purple trainers and blue jeans.

"If you know where Amber is or have any information please call us on 101, quoting incident 56 of 31 May.

“Amber, if you are reading this appeal please get in touch with us or your parents. They are very worried about you.”

– Missing Persons Coordinator Kirsty Gittings

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Police search for missing 24-year-old from Mansfield

Christine Puhlhofer Credit: Nottinghamshire Police

Police are asking for the public's help in their search for a 24-year-old woman from Mansfield.

Christine Puhlhofer was last seen at around 11pm on Monday 4 May and she has not been heard from since.

She is described as white, around 5ft tall, of slim build, with dark brown shoulder length hair. She was last seen wearing a grey t-shirt and leopard print leggings.

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101.

Mansfield declares itself birthplace of Quaker religion

A new heritage trail will be launched in Mansfield tomorrow as the town declares itself the birthplace of the Quaker religion.

George Fox, the founder of the Quaker religion lived in Mansfield Credit: ITV News Central

Its founder George Fox lived in Mansfield during the 1640s and it is where he started the religion. There are now an estimated 350,000 Quakers worldwide.

There are eight locations in Mansfield with links to the Quaker movement, including the site of the former home of George Fox who founded the Quakers in 1643.

Other buildings still present include the Almhouses, built in 1661 for Quaker families, the Metal Box factory clock tower and St Peter and St Paul's Church, where George Fox recorded having his first 'revelation'.

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