Police has issued an urgent appeal for help to find 14-year-old missing school girl Makeda Waller.
According to the Met, Makeda has been missing from her Croydon home since July.
A tweet from the Croydon Metropolitan Police Service read: “Please help us find 14 yr old Makeda, who has been #missing from her home in Croydon since July.
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“Makeda is slim build, around 5ft 3 tall with black hair, last wearing pink shorts, a grey top and a black hoody.”
Website Missing People has also issued an appeal for information regarding Makeda’s whereabouts stating that the teenager has been missing since July 11.
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There have been no reported sightings of the teenager over a month since her disappearance.
The Croydon MPS tweet issuing Makeda’s appeal has been retweeted over 100 times with well wishers hoping for the schoolgirl’s swift return.
Police have requested that anyone with information please call 101 quoting CAD reference 6938/11JUL.