Sydnee: Mother’s appeal for help finding Croydon girl

The mother of a missing teenage girl from Croydon who “may be at risk of harm” has appealed for help finding her.

Sydnee, 17, has been missing since Tuesday, January 18, and has not been in contact with her family, which is very out of character.

According to the Met, she “may be at risk of harm and anyone with information should contact police immediately.”

Sydnee’s mother said: “I’m appealing to anyone with information to please come forward. Sydnee has been missing for a week and we need to know she’s ok.

“If any of her friends, or anyone that knows where she is or who she may be with, please contact us or the police. No matter how small it might be.

“Sydnee we are so worried, myself and nanny need to know you’re ok darling so please let someone know.”

She is described as 5ft 7ins, of slim build with long brown hair and was last seen wearing a black sleeveless jacket, denim top and jogging bottoms.

Sydnee has connections to the Kingston, Surrey and the Thames Valley areas.

Anyone with information should phone 101 and quote CAD 5583/18Jan. You can also contact the Missing People charity in confidence. 

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