Detectives from the Met and Surrey police forces have launched a fresh appeal today to trace missing 14 year old Esme Smith, after she disappeared from her home town of Farnham, Surrey more than a week ago.
Esme was last seen over a week ago in the CCTV pictures above, near Charing Cross station on the evening of September 12th.
Today, Detective Superintendent Jon Savell, Head of Surrey Police Public Protection, said Esme's disappearance was "deeply concerning" and that she had still failed to make contact with friends or family since her disappearance.
He added, "We continue to urge anyone who believes they may have seen Esme since she went missing to share this information with detectives and help bring her home".
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