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Family plead for Bexley teenager to come home – South London News


The household of a 14-year-old lady who went lacking three weeks in the past have appealed to her to get in contact.

Renae Goode-Garrett, from Bexley, didn’t return to college after the Easter break and walked out of her home on April 14, with out telling anybody the place she was going.

She has been seen in photographs on Facebook since then with a good friend and has spoken with police – however has not communicated together with her mom.

The teenager has been seen in Catford and Croydon throughout the intervening interval.

The household attraction on the Missing People web site stated: “Renae we’re right here for you at any time when you’re prepared; we will hear, speak you thru what assist you want, go a message for you and assist you to be secure. Call. Text. Anytime. Free. Confidential. 116000.”

Details on https://www.missingpeople.org.uk/help-us-find/renae-goode-garrett-21-001624


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