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Help find missing Rosie, 13, from Portsmouth

Rosie is just 13 but looks older than her age Credit: Hampshire Police

Hampshire Police have launched an urgent appeal to find a missing 13 year old girl.

Rosie Evans-Foster was last seen at her home address in the Nelson area of Portsmouth at around 4.30pm on Saturday, December 3.

Officers are concerned for her welfare due to her age and vulnerability and would urge anyone who knows where she is to call them immediately.

Rosie is described as white, around 5ft 7ins tall, with black hair past her shoulders and a nose piercing, and is described as looking older than her age.

She was last seen wearing a green parka coat, either dark blue or white jeans, and white trainers.

Her family have released a picture to help with the appeal. Rosie has lighter hair in the picture.

REPORT: Communities braced for airspace overhaul

Credit: NATS

Campaigners living near airports in the south say their lives could be made a living hell, if plans to modernise flightpaths are pushed through without consultation.

The aviation industry says there needs to be a major overhaul of the way our airspace is controlled.

Credit: ITV Meridian

The number of flights from UK airports is expected to grow by fifty percent by twenty-thirty - and Hampshire-based air traffic controllers say the current system can't cope.

Rachel Hepworth reports:

Rachel spoke to Jamie Hutchison, Director of NATS Swanwick, Murray barter from Residents Against Airport Noise in Ascot and Sally Pavey from CAGNE in Warnham near Gatwick

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