Officers are continuing to appeal for information to help find missing teenager Jessica Horton who has not been seen since Friday.
Police are releasing CCTV images of Jessica at Winchester Train Station and two men they believe may have information which could assist the investigation.
The images were captured shortly after she was reported missing on Friday night.
Were you at Winchester Train Station at around 8.30pm on Friday? Did you see Jessica board a train?
Officers are keen to hear from the two men in the CCTV image. Is this you?
Did you see Jessica at the station? Did she speak to you? We would urge these men to make contact with us as soon as possible.
"We are asking anyone who was at Winchester Train Station at this time who may have seen Jessica to get in contact with us.
"We continue to carry out a number of enquiries to try and find Jessica. We have been out making house-to-house enquiries in the Weeke area and distributing posters and also speaking to friends and family to piece together where she might have gone.
"I would like to thank the public for information that has come in already and for sharing our appeal on social media sites. I would ask that people continue to share this appeal and call us if they have any information which might help our investigation.
"Our concern for Jessica is growing and I repeat my appeal to her direct to get in touch with us and let us know you're ok. You're not in any trouble, we just need to make sure you're safe and well."
"We are all really worried about Jess and would like to let her know that she's not in any trouble, we just want her to come home.
"Her close friends and everyone else at school would like to appeal directly to Jess to come home and be with people who care about her."
Jessica went missing from Wesley Methodist Church in Fromond Road, Weeke, Winchester on the evening of Friday September 18th. She left without any money for food, drink or shelter.
She also suffers from asthma and does not have any medication with her.
She is described as white, 5ft 3ins tall, petite build and has long, light brown hair.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Northern Investigations Team on 101, quoting 44150324746.
Have you seen Jessica Horton? The 15-year-old hasn’t been seen since about 8pm on Friday, September 18. She was last seen at a youth club at Wesley Methodist Church in Fromond Road in the Weeke area of Winchester.
Police say they are becoming extremely concerned about Jessica’s welfare as they don’t believe she has any access to money for food, drink or shelter. She also suffers from asthma and it’s not thought she has taken any medication with her.
She is described as white, about 5ft 3ins tall, petite, and has long, light-brown hair. She was last seen wearing grey ‘Duffer’ sweatshirt, black leggings and black Nike Air Max trainers.
Jessica is currently in foster care in Winchester and has previous links to Newbury, Swindon and the Plymouth area. It is also believed that she may have used public transport to travel away from Winchester.
Police have been working all weekend following a number of lines of enquiry to try and locate Jessica. Officers are also appealing for members of the public to call in with any information they have which may help the investigation.
Detective Inspector Tim Ireson, senior investigating officer, said: “We are really concerned about Jessica and need to know that she’s ok, especially because her physical health may be deteriorating. Have you seen her or heard people talking about where she might be? We would really like to hear from anyone with information that might lead to locating her. I’d like to appeal directly to Jessica to say that she’s not in any trouble, we just need to know where she is and that she’s ok.”
Police are appealing for help to find missing Portsmouth man, Paul Brown.
Paul, who's 60, was last seen at about 6.30am in Estella Road in Portsmouth on Wednesday.
He's described as wearing a green zip up jacket and camouflage trousers.
If you have seen Paul or have any information about his whereabouts please can you contact us on 101 quoting ref 44150325081.
Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of Dawn Bailey, 15, from Horsham, who left her home on Wednesday evening and has not been seen since.
Dawn left her home in Nymans Close just before 7.30pm and failed to return. Local searches, social media checks and other enquiries have so far failed to locate her. Dawn hasn't gone missing before.
She is described as 5' 1", very slim, with blue eyes, short cropped auburn hair and a fair complexion. She wears a blue metal dental brace.
Police are growing concerned for 90-year-old woman reported missing from her home in Maidstone.
Violet Day is believed to have left her home in Armstrong Road at some point between midnight and 5am today.
She is believed to be wearing a cream knitted cardigan, cream trousers and green shoes, and carrying a cream patterned handbag.
Officers are growing increasingly concerned for her welfare and are keen to hear from anyone with information.
Please call 101 quoting reference 04-0163.
Police are concerned for a teenager, who has been missing from Hastings for two days.
Elliott Hedger, who's 13, hasn't been seen since Tuesday 1st September.
The 13-year-old was last seen at 10am saying he was gong into town to meet his friends.
We are concerned for the welfare of Elliott due to his age. He has links to Eastbourne and Ashford in Kent and may have travelled there.
Police are growing concerned for a missing teenager from Hastings.
Abigail Beach, 15, went missing from the town on Saturday at around 4.30pm.
She is white, about 5' 3" and of slight build. She has blonde shoulder length hair and brown eyes.
"We believe Abigail travelled to south east London and could be in the Elephant and Castle or Thorton Heath area. We are urging anyone who has seen her to make contact with us as we are concerned for her welfare because of her age. Anyone with information should email email@example.com serial 1151 of 08/08 or call 101."
Thames Valley Police is appealing for the public’s help in tracing a boy who is missing from Witney.
Brandon Sanders, aged 14, went missing from his home in Witney at midday yesterday.
Brandon is white, 5ft 4ins, and has short brown hair. When he was last seen he was wearing a black jumper with gold lettering on it grey jeans and blue Nike trainers.
He has links to Oxford and Eynsham.
“I would like to speak to anyone who has seen Brandon or anyone matching his description. He has been missing overnight and is only 14 years old. Anyone with any information on his whereabouts should contact the 24-hour Thames Valley Police enquiry centre on 101 quoting URN 1550 7/8.”
Thames Valley Police is appealing for the public’s help in tracing a missing girl from Windsor.
Victoria Munn, aged 16, was last seen at 11am on 24 July at her home in Windsor.
She told her family she was going to try to find a job and was then due to meet up with her friends however did not attend.
Victoria is white, 5ft 4ins, slim and has long straight dyed blonde hair. She was last seen wearing a black hooded top which had “Windsor Music School” on the back. She may also be wearing a pair of black boots with floral print . She is thought to be carrying a black case which contains a saxophone.
Victoria has links to Windsor town centre and it is thought she may be in the Portsmouth area of Hampshire.
“We would like to speak to anyone who has any information about Victoria’s whereabouts or has seen anyone matching her description. She may be busking with her saxophone so if anyone sees her, please contact police. If you see this appeal Victoria, please get in touch with the police to let us know you are safe.”
Thames Valley Police is appealing for information to trace a missing man from Ascot.
Stephen Gilbert was last seen in Blackmoor Wood, Ascot, on Saturday.
Stephen is 51-years-old, white, about 5ft 6ins, of large build, with brown and grey hair, blue eyes. He often has a beard.
Stephen has access to a Silver Ford Fiesta Titanium automatic vehicle with the registration GIL1460.
“Stephen, if you are reading this please make contact with police so we know that you are safe and well. You can visit a police station or call 101."