The sister of a 16-year-old girl, who has been missing since Friday night, is appealing for help from members of the public to help trace the school girl and her friend.
The two girls, Parris Helen Hollingsfield and Elise Cooke, both aged 16, were last seen on Friday at around 7pm in Cleethorpes, where they were on holiday with Elise’s foster family.
They were believed to have been on their way to the amusements arcade in Cleethorpes.
Parris and Elise have been reported as missing to both Humberside police and South Yorkshire police.
Following an appeal for information on the girls’ whereabouts on social media, there have been reported sightings of the pair at Doncaster Royal Infirmary, Campsall Country Park and in Mexborough.
The last sighting of the schoolgirls was at Doncaster bus station on Sunday evening.
Parris’s sister, Jazmine Taia Hollingshead, said her family are desperate to know that Parris is safe.
The 19-year-old, of Misterton, said: “We just want her to come home.
“I want her to know that no matter where she’s been that she’s not in trouble, we just want her to let us that she’s okay.
“This is the first time she’s ever been away from home on holiday.
“This is really out of character for Parris, she’s never done anything like this before.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Parris and Elise should contact police on 101, or contact Jazmine on 07775982194.