The Metropolitan Police have appealed for help locating an 11-year-old girl who is currently missing from South London.
Appealing to the public, the police have requested help finding a young girl named Xana after she was last seen on Thursday November 18.
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She lives at an address in Beulah Hill, SE19, and had been due to spend the weekend with a family member but has not been seen since last week.
The police believe she could be using busses to travel around North and East London, and believe she may have passed through Edmonton, Wood Green, Walthamstow, Euston, Aldgate, Hackney and Enfield, among other places.
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Along with the police, Xana’s family are extremely concerned for her welfare and have urged anyone who sees her or has information regarding her whereabouts to call 101 ref 21MIS036080.
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