Police investigating the disappearance of a 14-year-old girl from Croydon, have released a new CCTV picture from the night she went missing.
The image, which was taken at around 00:13 on Friday 9th November, shows Shelley Pratt walking along the High Street in Croydon with a young black man.
Shortly after that, Shelley's Oyster card was used to board a number 60 bus towards Coulsdon.
Policing are appealing for help in tracing her, or identifying the man she was pictured with.
Shelley's parents, Lisa and Tony Pratt, have begged her to come home in time for Christmas.
They said: "You're not in trouble. We love you and we miss you and just want you home, without you there will be no Christmas. Your presents are under the tree waiting for you. We are all missing you like mad. We love you, please please come home."
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