The police force confirmed Clementine Reardon’s location in a statement released Monday morning.
She was last seen earlier that day and reported missing on April 21.It comes after her distraught family and police published a series of public pleas for information on social media.
“We are really frightened about her and need her home,” her father wrote on Facebook, urging anyone with information about her whereabouts to come forward. “This is a friend’s daughter so please let the police know if you see Clementine,” singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor wrote on Twitter.
A family has appealed for assistance in locating a missing 14-year-old girl from Twickenham.
“We need her home,” the family of a missing 14-year-old girl said, expressing their concern for her safety.
Clementine Reardon, a Twickenham resident, was reported missing on Thursday, April 21st, after being seen earlier that day.
“We are terribly scared about her and need her home,” her father wrote on Facebook in a frantic plea.
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Detectives had been following up on a number of leads and assumed she was out with pals, possibly in the Acton area.
There is no trace of her at this time.
Though there is no evidence that she has been harmed at this time, her disappearance is out of character, and fears for her safety are mounting.
Clementine’s distraught family and the police have posted a number of social media calls for information, but her whereabouts are still unknown.
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It’s unclear where she went or if she travelled outside of London.
She was last seen wearing a white t-shirt and blue Nike tracksuit pants, although she could have changed her clothing since then.
Clementine’s family is pleading with her to contact them and inform them that she is safe.
Call 101, reference 22MIS013222, if you have any information about her whereabouts.
Any sightings should be reported immediately to 999.