Appeal to find 14-year-old girl missing from Leigh Park

Keeley Mayes
Keeley Mayes

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POLICE say they are worried about a teenage girl who has gone missing.

Keeley Mayes was last seen by her family when she left her home in Prospect Lane, Leigh Park at 6pm on Tuesday.

Keeley, 14, said she was staying at a friend’s house for the night but this arrangement had not been made.

There have been possible sightings of Keeley at Purbrook Heath on Wednesday evening and also Havant train station on Friday.

It is also possible that Keeley may be in Surrey or London with an old school friend.

She is white, slim and has a pale complexion. She has very long blonde hair and when last seen was wearing black leggings, a black jacket and cream Nike high top trainers.

She also had a black handbag which is big enough to fit an A4 folder in.

PC Amy Bianchini from Waterlooville police station said: ‘We would ask members of the public to keep an eye out and to contact police if you think you have spotted her.

‘I would urge any friends with knowledge of her whereabouts to get in touch as her family are very worried and want her home safe and well.

‘Keeley, if you are reading this please get in touch with us by calling 101 so we know you are safe.’

Anyone with any information can call Waterlooville police station by calling 101.