Police renew appeal to find missing schoolgirl who could be in Wembley
Police appeal for help in finding girl missing since October
Police have renewed their appeal for help in finding a missing schoolgirl who may be in the Wembley area.
Sundas Adaed, 14, who is of Somalian origin, was last seen at home, in Acton, by her mother on October 22.
The 5ft 4in tall girl was wearing blue jeans and a black coat at the time and has black hair with blonde highlights in the fringe.
She is known to frequent Wembley, Acton, Hillingdon, Hayes and east London.
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Anyone with information should call Southall Police on 0300 123 12122 quoting 10MIS042345.
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