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Amelia Gower, 14, missing from home in Great Waldingfield since Saturday

PUBLISHED: 12:56 31 December 2017 | UPDATED: 09:59 01 January 2018

Amelia Gower has been missing from home in Great Waldingfield since Saturday, December 30. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Amelia Gower has been missing from home in Great Waldingfield since Saturday, December 30. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

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Police are appealing for help in tracing a missing 14-year-old girl from Great Waldingfield.

Amelia Gower was last seen leaving her home address in Lavenham Road, Great Waldingfield, at about 5.30pm on Saturday, December 30.

The 14-year-old has not been seen since.

Amelia has links to the London area.

It is believed she may have travelled to London as the passenger in a small, dark coloured vehicle.

Amelia is described as white, 5ft 1in, of heavy build with very long, black hair.

When last seen, Amelia was wearing a black ‘NY’ cap, black jacket, grey jogging bottoms, a pair of black and burgundy Nike trainers, and carrying a grey and black handbag.

Officers are concerned for her welfare and are asking anyone who has seen Amelia, or who has any information on where she may be, to contact Suffolk police on 101 quoting missing person reference PID 129077.

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