Sophie Ellis-Bextor has asked the public for help in locating her friend’s missing daughter, who was last seen at her home in Twickenham
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Sophie Ellis-Bextor has asked for help to find her friend’s missing daughter.
The 43-year-old singer has asked the public to help locate 14-year-old Clementine, who went missing on Thursday April 21.
The teenager has not been seen since leaving her home in Twickenham earlier this week – and concerns are growing for the missing teenager.
Clementine’s family has urged her to get in touch and let them know she is safe.
The Metropolitan Police have issued several appeals to try to locate her.
In a statement, they asked: “Any information on her whereabouts can be given by calling 101, ref. 22MIS013222.
“Any immediate sighting should be reported over 999.”
A renewed appeal was published yesterday morning stating: “Clementine is still missing.
On Saturday morning, the singer tweeted: “This is a friend’s daughter so please inform the police if you see Clementine. Probably near Twickenham.”
After a series of inquiries, it is suggested that Clementine was in the company of friends, possibly in the Acton area.
However, there is no trace of her.
Other stars have shared tweets asking the public to let their family know if they see them.
Actress Georgia Tennant wrote: “Ok team I need your help. My dear friend’s daughter is missing. Her name is Clementine, born in 2007 and is missing from her home in Twickenham.
“If you have or see any information please call the police on 101 with reference 22MIS013222.”
Actor James Purefoy wrote: “URGENT IN LONDON. Has anyone seen Clementine, 14, from Twickenham, London? Missing since Thursday.
“Please call the police on 101 if you have any information. Retweet far and wide.”
Broadcaster James O’Brien added: “Clementine, aged 14 and approximately 165cm tall, has been missing from her home in Twickenham for three nights.
“If you have or see any information please call the police on 101. Reference: 22MIS013222.”
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