Have you seen missing teenager Megan Herbert?

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A TEENAGE girl has been missing for more than a day.

Megan Herbert, 17, was last seen at Littlehampton railway station around 4.30pm on Friday.

She is white, 5’ 1”, of medium build and with long blonde hair.

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Megan was last seen wearing blue jeans, a grey Puma t-shirt, white trainers and carrying a black handbag with a grey hooded top inside.

Police are ‘extremely concerned’ for her and say Megan could have been travelling by train to Bristol.

If you see her please dial 999 immediately. If you have information on where she could be or believe you have seen her since she has she went missing please report online or call 101 quoting reference 1076 24/04.

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