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Family's plea to find missing Stratford teenager Georgie King

Stratford Editorial 24th Feb, 2016 Updated: 28th Oct, 2016

A DESPERATE appeal has been made by the family of a Stratford teenager who has been missing since Tuesday.

Georgie King was last seen by her mum, Julie Morrison who dropped her at a bus stop on Wood Street near their home in Bearley.

She has not made contact with her family since.

It is believed friends saw her getting off the bus at Leamington College, where she studies, but she did not attend her lessons.

Georgie was due to catch a bus home from Leamington, but is not believed to have got on it and was reported missing shortly after 8.15pm.

The 17-year-old is 5ft 5 and has long brown hair. She was wearing a green parka-style coat, dress and black high-heeled shoes.

Georgie’s aunt, Lynsey Hicken told the Observer: “She has a boyfriend from Northampton and we are guessing she has gone there but don’t know for sure.

“We just want her to get in touch with someone just so we know she is okay – we are desperately worried.”

PC Clair Price added: “Georgie is not in any trouble, and we would just like to make sure she is safe and well.

“Her family are concerned about her, and we would ask Georgie or anyone who knows of her whereabouts to please contact police.”

Anyone with information is asked to call 101.

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