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Urgent search for ‘very distressed’ girl, 14, seen getting into car outside pub

A 14-year-old girl has disappeared after being last seen looking “very distressed” while getting into a car outside The Woodman pub in Dudley, West Midlands, sparking an urgent search

Police are appealing for information after a 14-year-old girl disappeared in Dudley

A young girl has disappeared after looking “very distressed” when she was picked up by a car outside a pub in the West Midlands sparking an urgent appeal for information by police.

The 14-year-old girl was described as appearing very upset by people who saw her before she got into a grey SUV type car on Saltwells Road, in Dudley, around 7pm on Wednesday evening.

She was last seen getting inside the car outside The Woodman pub and now police are trying to identify the vehicle and its owner.

West Midlands Police stated: “We’re urgently appealing for information to trace a young girl who was last seen outside The Woodman pub in Dudley last night (23 June).

“Witnesses have described the girl as being very distressed before she got into a grey SUV type car on Saltwells Road at around 7pm.

The girl was seen on CCTV wearing a white top and ripped blue jeans
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She was seen looking “very distressed” as she got into a car
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“Enquiries continue in a bid to trace the car, its registered keeper and the driver.”

Police have said that they hope someone will recognise the 14-year-old from CCTV images that have been published – she was seen wearing ripped blue jeans and a long-sleeved white top.

“We urgently need to make sure she is ok. We’re hoping someone will recognise the girl from this image captured on CCTV and get in touch,” said a police statement.

“She is described as being around 14-years-old with dark brown hair and was last seen wearing ripped blue jeans and a long sleeved white top.

“If you have information on her identity or whereabouts, please get in touch.

“Call us on 101 or message on Live Chat via our website. Alternatively, you can call the charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111. Callers won’t be asked their names and calls cannot be traced.

“Please quote crime ref 20/493275/22 or log 3826 of 23/6.”

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