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Appeal for missing girl

Merseyside Police are appealing for help in finding a 15-year-old girl missing from the Knowsley area.

Lois Elliot was last seen in Derbyshire on Tuesday 31 July evening, at around 9pm but is reported to have been seen since yesterday 2 August at around 8pm in Halewood.

She is described as white, 5ft 8in tall, of slim build with green eyes, a pale complexion and long, brown straight hair.

When she was last seen on Tuesday, she was wearing a light grey top and matching shorts. Lois has links to the Halewood and Liverpool areas.

Anyone with information on where Lois could be or has seen someone that matches her description is urged to get in touch by calling 101 or reporting any sightings to @MerPolCC.

Alternatively information can be left with the independent charity Missing People by calling 116 000 or by emailing 116000@missingpeople.org.uk

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