Police getting increasingly worried about two teenage girls who've gone missing from Plymouth.
Mia Fifield, 14, and Victoria Januskeviciute, 15, were last seen at 10.30pm on Monday 18 June.
It's believed the girls have travelled together to London on Tuesday 19 June, potentially by train.
Mia is approximately 5ft 7ins tall and has long red hair.
Victoria is tall with long, blonde hair and was last seen wearing a black top and leggings.
Anyone with information contact police on 999 quoting log number 0006 of 19/06/18.
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