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Police said they are becoming increasingly concerned for the safety of Kaylie Hatton, a 16-year-old girl who has been missing for the past week.
Chief Superintendent Jeff Boothe said they want to speak to her friends, or anyone who may have any information about her whereabouts.
Police in Bexley have issued another appeal to help find a missing teenager they believe to be in the company of a significantly older man.
Kaylie Hatton, 16, climbed out of a window at her grandmother's home in Sidcup, Kent, in the early hours of last Saturday May 16, police said.
She was last seen with 51-year-old Fred Finch at a friend's house in Woolwich last Sunday evening. Kaylie was wearing a white top with a gold chain around the collar, black leggings and light brown Timberland boots. Police said Kaylie could pass for older than her 16 years.
Mr Finch who is missing from Eltham is white with short dark hair. He was last seen wearing a black/blue baseball cap, a black jacket, black jeans and black Nike trainers.
Police want any of Kaylie's friends who may have some information on his disappearance to come forward.
Police are attempting to find a vulnerable missing 16-year-old girl who is feared to be with a 51-year-old man.
aylie Hatton, from Sidcup, was last seen on Sunday 17 May. She is believed to be in the company of Fred Finch, 51, and was last seen with him on Sunday. Police said they were "extremely concerned" for the teenager's welfare.
The 16-year-old is described as white with long blonde hair which may have been dyed dark, and was last seen wearing a white top with a gold chain around the collar, black leggings and light brown/tan Timberland boots.
Mr Finch is described as a white man with short dark hair. He was last seen wearing a black or blue baseball cap, a black jacket, black jeans and black Nike trainers. Officers believe that the pair may be in south-east London or in north Kent, possibly in Dartford.
Police have urged anyone who has seen either Kaylie Hatton or Fred Finch to call Bexley Missing Persons Unit Unit on 07774 286 077 or 101.