By Connie Osborne Monday 14 October 2013 Updated: 14/10 13:12
A SEARCH is continuing for three teenage girls from Alcester who have been missing since last week.
Naomi Smallwood, 16, Sophie Hands, 15, and Jenny Mitchell, 14, all went missing shortly after 1.30am last Friday (October 11).
Officers immediately began searching the area and have also made enquiries with other forces as well as British Transport Police.
They are known to have contacts with Birmingham, Manchester and Cardiff, and it is believed they may have tried to hitch a lift to Evesham or to Stratford.
Naomi is described as white, 5ft 7ins tall, slim and with blonde hair with pink dye. She was wearing a purple tracksuit when she was last seen.
Sophie is 5ft 6in with long pink hair, shaved at the side and was last wearing black jeans and a body warmer.
Jenny is 5ft 8in with blonde hair which has pink and orange colouring and is shaved on one side. She was last seen wearing a pink tracksuit.
They are described as vulnerable due to their age and police are keen to hear from anyone who may have seen them so they can be located quickly.
Anyone with any information should contact Warwickshire Police by dialling 101. If they see the girls at the time of the call they should dial 999 and ask for Warwickshire Police.
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