Police appeal to missing 15-year-old
SUDBURY police are appealing to a 15-year-old girl to call them so they can ensure she is safe and well.Corrinne Pearce's family informed the police two weeks ago that she has been missing from her home in Golding Way, Glemsford for the past two months.
SUDBURY police are appealing to a 15-year-old girl to call them so they can ensure she is safe and well.
Corrinne Pearce's family informed the police two weeks ago that she has been missing from her home in Golding Way, Glemsford for the past two months.
Corrinne has gone missing on numerous occasions in the past but has previously come home within a few weeks.
Corrinne has friends in Sudbury and Great Cornard and it is thought that she is probably in either of these two areas. She has not attended Sudbury Upper School for quite sometime.
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A spokeswoman for Suffolk police said: "Corrinne phoned her mother a week ago stating she was OK, but due to her age we would like to hear from her to know she is safe and well."
She is described as a white female, 5ft2inc tall, with long wavy brown hair.
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Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to call Sudbury police on 01284
774300 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111