Singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor files appeal for help find a missing friend daughter after she disappeared from them family home three days ago.
pop star there is behind appeals for help search 14-year- old Clementine Reardon, who she lost home in Twickenham, South West London, from Thursday 21 April.
Metropolitan Police Renew Calls for Wanting Teenager with anxiety for the well-being of the schoolgirl is growing, force said.
Miss Ellis-Bextor wrote on Twitter: “This is a friend daughter so please let the police know if you see Clementine. Probably will be near Twickenham. area”.
Actors Georgia Tennant and James Purefoy and TV presenter James O’Brien also shared calls to try to find her.
Providing update this afternoon, police said detectives were following a number of of investigation and suspected that she might be with friends in Acton area of West London – but currently there were no traces of her.
The police has also expressed fears that Clementine might have traveled outside of London. It is believed that she was wearing White T-shirt with blue Nike tracksuit pants, but may have changed clothes since then.
Clementine family convinced her to contact them and let them know she is safe.
Metropolitan added what is there currently “No information at this time to suggest that she was harmed”, but her disappearance “is very out of symbol”.
Clementine family released photos of teenager on social media and asked for support from the locals of London into the hands out leaflets in ludbroke grove area in west London.
On Friday, Ms. Tennant wrote on Twitter: “Okay team I need your help. My dear friends daughter gone, missing. Her name is Clementine, born in 2007. and is missing from her. home in Twickenham.
“If you have information or if you see it, please call police on 101 with link to 22MIS013222”.
Mr Purefoy tweeted. on Saturday: “URGENT IN LONDON. It has anyone Have you seen 14 year old Clementine from Twickenham, London? Has been missing since Thursday.
“You are welcome call Police on 101 if any information generally. Retweet everywhere.”
Metropolitan Police Representative added: “The detectives followed a number of of inquiries and suspected that she might be in company of friends, potentially in Acton area. However, at the moment there is no trace of her.
“Number of appeals for information were published by a desperately worried Clementine. family and the police on social media but for now her whereabouts remain unknown.
“Clementines family convince her to contact them and let them know she’s safe.”