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Concern for missing teenager

Thames Valley Police is appealing for the public’s help in locating a person missing from Witney.

Millie Lee, aged 18, was last seen near The Downs, Standlake at around 11.30am yesterday.

She is described as white, of medium build, 5ft, with brown shoulder length hair. She was wearing blue jeans and a jacket and boots. She was on her bicycle, which is black.

Millie Lee was last seen yesterday morning near the Downs at Standlake Credit: Thames Valley Police

If you have any information or know of Millie’s whereabouts please contact Thames Valley Police Enquiry Centre on 101, quoting URN 1191 of 19/11.

If you don't want to speak directly to the police you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org. No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.

Appeal to help find missing woman from Dorchester

Joan Davis was last seen at her home last night Credit: Dorset Police

Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of a missing woman from Dorchester.

Joan Davis, aged 66, was last seen at her home address along St. Helens Road last night but was reported missing today, Wednesday 21 October 2014.

Joan is described as white, with short grey hair and of medium build and normally wears glasses. She may be wearing denim jeans.

“Concern is increasing for Joan as we believe that she has been upset recently. A thorough search is being carried out in the local area with assistance of the National Police Air Service helicopter. She doesn’t have a car so may be travelling on foot or public transport. We are now becoming very worried for her safety and I urge her to get in touch as soon as possible – we simply need to know that she is safe and well."

– Incident Inspector Roger Robinson

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Teenage sisters missing from Worthing

Elesha and Olivia Joseph were last seen on Wednesday Credit: Sussex Police

Police are appealing for help in tracing two teenage sisters who have gone missing from their foster home in Goring-by-Sea, Worthing.

Siblings Elesha Joseph, 16, and Olivia Joseph, 15, were last seen when they had supper at about 6pm on Wednesday. When the bedroom they shared was checked later that evening, the girls had gone.

Both are British Jamaicans whose father died in 2003 and their mother in July this year. They had been living in the Caribbean but returned to the United Kingdom and entered foster care some three weeks ago.

Both are black and have cornrow plaited hair. Elesha, 5'2", is thought to be wearing a grey coat and blue jeans. She wears glasses. Olivia, 5' 3", is thought to be wearing a burgundy red coat, an ankle-length skirt and back shoes.

Neither girl is thought to have had money or mobile phones with them when they left.

"Clearly we are keen to find both girls as soon as possible. They have relatives elsewhere in the UK and it may be that they have set off to try to join them. We are making extensive enquiries in an effort to trace Elesha and Olivia, but would urge anyone who may have seen them or who knows of their whereabouts to contact police without delay. They may do so by emailing 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or by phoning 101, quoting serial 0458 of 16/10."

– Detective Inspector Rob Walker, of Worthing CID

Concerns for missing teenager from Crawley

Rebecca Mitchel-Pitcher hasn't been seen since yesterday afternoon Credit: Sussex Police

Have you seen missing 15-year-old Rebecca Mitchel-Pitcher?

She has gone missing from a care home in Crawley and officers are concerned for her safety.

Rebecca left the home without telling anyone where she was going at 3pm yesterday. She is described as white, 5' 6” and slim with blue eyes and brown shoulder length hair. She was wearing a grey top, blue jeans and red trainers.

"Rebecca has gone missing before but we are concerned for her safety as she could be taken advantage of by older people. In the past she has gone to Kent but we need to speak to anyone who might have seen her so that we can make sure she is ok. If you see Rebecca, please contact us."

– PC Dan Johnson

Anyone who thinks they have seen Rebecca or knows where she is should email 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk quoting serial 922 of 10/09 or call 101. If you see Rebecca and think she is in danger call 999 immediately.

Police search for missing teenager

Police are searching for a teenage girl from Copthorne, Sussex who has been reported missing from home. 18-year old Stephonie, from Copthorne Common, is believed to be sleeping rough. There have been reports of her being in Burgess Hill.

Missing teenager Credit: Sussex Police

Anyone with information is asked to contact Sussex Police via 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101.

Concerns for missing man from Waterlooville

Christopher Richards was last seen on Wednesday Credit: Hampshire Constabulary

A search is underway for a man who's gone missing from his home in Waterlooville. Christopher Richards who's twenty nine and from Orsmond Close was last seen on Wednesday. Police believe he caught a caught a bus to Portsmouth.

"It is believed that Christopher caught a bus to Portsmouth on the September 24. He has not been seen since. If you see him, or know where he is, please contact us straight away on 101."

– PC Michael Kutner

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Appeal to help find missing Tonbridge woman

Ann Barham-Clayton was last seen early yesterday morning Credit: Kent Police

Kent Police is concerned for the welfare of a 75-year-old woman missing from her home in Tonbridge.

Ann Barham-Clayton was last seen at her Barden Road home in the early hours of yesterday morning and was reported missing soon afterwards.

Ann is white, around 5ft tall and of slight build. She has long auburn coloured hair, green eyes and wears glasses for reading.

It is believed that Ann is wearing a light blue fleece and possibly grey trousers.

Can you help? Anyone with information should contact Kent Police on 101, giving reference 24-0353.

Appeal to help find missing man from Eastleigh

David Armstrong was last seen at his home in the Crescent this morning Credit: Hampshire Constabulary

Police are appealing for the public’s help to trace a man missing from Eastleigh. David Armstrong, 39, was last seen at his home address in The Crescent, Eastleigh at 11.30am this morning.

After he left the house, he walked to NatWest bank in Eastleigh, where he withdrew £100 in cash. He has not been seen since.

He is described as: a white man, 5 ft 7 ins tall, slim build, short dark cropped hair, wearing a grey fleece and dark trousers.

"We are concerned for Mr Armstrong’s welfare and we would urge anyone who sees him, to contact the police immediately. I would also like to appeal directly to David and ask him to make contact with us, or his family, to let them know he is safe and well. Mr Armstrong works in Havant, but he did not attend work today. We are in the process of speaking to David’s friends and family, as well as checking CCTV from local businesses and local transport. If you see David or have any information about where he might be, please call us immediately.”

– Inspector Mark Foster

Anyone with information is asked to contact the duty Sergeant at Eastleigh Police Station by phoning 101 or call the charity Crimestoppers line on 0800 555 111, where information can be left anonymously.

Missing man from Oxford

Peter Dixon hasn't been seen since Wednesday morning Credit: Thames Valley Police

Thames Valley Police is appealing for the public’s help in tracing a 48-year-old man missing from his home in Oxford.

Peter Dixon was last seen in Clarks Row at around 10.50am on Wednesday.

He is described as white, with a stocky build. He was wearing black-rimmed glasses, a blue T shirt and grey tracksuit bottoms. He has a tattoo of a swallow on his left forearm and one of a union flag on his right forearm.

Officers are increasingly concerned for Peter’s welfare as he has limited access to money and he needs regular medication.

Concerns for missing 12-year-old from Kent

12-year-old Chanae Jobson hasn't been seen since Friday afternoon Credit: Kent Police

Kent Police is appealing for information on the whereabouts of a 12 year old girl.

Chanae Jobson was reported missing at around 9pm on Friday 19 September. She is believed to have been at Chatham train station around 4.15pm.

Chanae is mixed race, of slim build and about 5ft 6ins in height. She has dark brown eyes, dark curly long hair and a beauty spot to the left of her mouth. It is believed she was last seen wearing a peach maxi-dress and black high-heeled boots.

"Chanae's family and friends are concerned about her and I'd like anybody who has seen her or who has information on her whereabouts to call us on 101 as soon as possible, quoting incident reference 19-1747."

– Inspector David Matson
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