Teenage girl missing after meeting friends in Eccleshall Road on Friday

A 16-year-old girl has been missing from her home since Friday - when she was dropped off on Ecclesall Road to meet friends.

Sunday, 16th August 2020, 9:49 pm

Maisie Fox's worried family say the teen failed to return home after she was dropped on the busy Sheffield road at 5pm.

Maisie was captured on CCTV in the Smithfield area of the city centre shortly after 8.30am this morning (Sunday) wearing an all-black outfit and with her long brown hair tied up in a bun.

The teen is around 5ft 11in tall and of medium build.

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Maisie Fox's worried family say the teen failed to return home after she was dropped on the busy Sheffield road at 5pm

It is believed she could be in possession of other clothes such as a nude strappy vest top, blue jeans, a grey hoodie and silver mule style flip flops.

She was carrying a quilted shopper style bag when she was last seen on Friday.

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Police are asking anyone who knows where she is staying or may have seen Maisie this weekend to phone 101 quoting incident number 1150 of 14 August.

Maisie was captured on CCTV in the Smithfield area of the city centre shortly after 8.30am this morning (Sunday)

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