Police investigating the disappearance of missing teenager Shelley Pratt have released CCTV images of her last confirmed sighting in Croydon.
The pictures, which were taken at around 21:30 on the 8th of November, show the 14-year-old at George Street tram stop in Croydon Town Centre. It is not known if she boarded a tram.
Detective Chief Inspector Mark Dunne said: "It has now been three-and-half weeks since Shelley went missing and concerns for her safety are understandably increasing by the day.
"Shelley has had absolutely no contact with friends or family since her disappearance. It is possible that Shelley may be with someone, perhaps in a house or a flat.
"I am encouraging people, particularly Croydon residents, to be 'nosey neighbours' and be extra vigilant as to the movements of any young people who are new to the area."
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