The father of missing teenager Esme Smith has spoken of his fears for her safety after she went missing nine days ago.
Nato commander Mark Smith said the family were clueless as to her whereabouts. Esme has not been in touch with her family since her disappearance. She was last seen on CCTV at Charing Cross station around 5.30pm on September 12th.
In an interview with the Daily Mail, Mr Smith said: "We are worried sick. She's just gone to ground. We're baffled. We are working very closely with the police and doing everything through them. They are doing a great job."
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