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Teenage girl with links to Brent is missing

PUBLISHED: 10:16 15 October 2012 | UPDATED: 17:09 29 October 2012

Missing: April Richardson

Missing: April Richardson

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Police concerned for April’s safety

Police are appealing for help in tracking down a missing teen who was last seen at a train station.

April Richardson, 16, is originally from Brent but now lives in Towcaster and was last seen at around 5pm on Saturday October 13 at Harrow and Weald train station.

April is known to have links to Harlesden and Wembley and is thought to be using public transport to travel. Officers are becoming increasingly worried about her safety.

She is described as white with long dark brown hair, of medium build and was last seen wearing black leggings, black pump style shoes and a brown coloured top. She was carrying a furry red striped bag.

Anyone who sees April or knows where she is should call police on 101.

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