Appeal to help trace missing Huntingdon teenager

PUBLISHED: 08:47 22 October 2017 | UPDATED: 08:47 22 October 2017

Chloe-Rose Nicholson

Chloe-Rose Nicholson

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Police are appealing for the public’s help to find a missing teenager who has not been seen since Tuesday (October 17).

Chloe-Rose Nicolson, 17, has gone missing from her home in Huntingdon.

She is described as 5’6” tall, medium build with dark red shoulder-length hair and was last seen wearing grey Nike Air Max trainers, blue skinny jeans, a black bomber-style jacket and carrying a pink River Island bag.

Detective Constable Clare Havis said: “We have concerns for Chloe-Rose’s welfare so I am asking the public to help us find her – if you know where she is, or think you may have seen her, please do contact us as soon as possible.

“Chloe-Rose has links to the Essex area, so I am extending my appeal cross-county to this area.”

Anyone with information on Chloe-Rose’s whereabouts is urged to contact police by calling 101.

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