Police have launched a desperate appeal to help locate two missing friends who disappeared from Kent yesterday evening.
Emily Durkin, 13, and Danielle Harman-Murphy, 12, were first reported missing from Tunbridge Wells in the early hours of the evening on Sunday, December 13.
The pair are believed to have travelled on a train together from Paddock Wood railway station to London, Kent police said.
Officers have grown concerned for their welfare following their disappearance, reports Kent Online.
Police launched the appeal for information at 4 pm this afternoon in the hopes to find the teenagers after they were reported missing.
Emily is described as around five feet, two inches tall, with light brown hair in a ponytail and brown eyes.
She is believed to have been wearing her school uniform and a black coat with a fur-lined hood and was carrying a Michael Kors bag when last seen.
Danielle is described as being around five feet, five inches tall, of medium build with shoulder-length blonde hair and blue eyes.
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She was also wearing her school uniform, lilac Nike trainers and a black shoulder bag.
Police are urging anyone who may have information to get in contact by calling 101.
Anyone who has seen them or knows of their whereabouts should call quoting reference 13-0977.
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