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Missing Shrewsbury girl, 14, could be in Brent

PUBLISHED: 10:59 30 June 2015 | UPDATED: 10:59 30 June 2015

Inayah Beddelem is missing

Inayah Beddelem is missing

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Police are appealing for information leading to a missing schoolgirl from Shrewsbury who could be in Brent.

Inayah Beddelem, 14, is thought to have travelled to the borough after she was last seen on June 24 at 8pm.

She is mixed race, slim build, 5ft 5ins tall, with dark brown hair and brown eyes.

She was wearing a camouflage jacket, black jeans, a peach-coloured t-shirt, a pink bandana and green training shoes when she was last seen.

Anyone who has any information about Inayah’s whereabouts or who has seen someone matching her description should please contact police on 101.

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