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Urgent search for missing girl, 12, as police ‘concerned’ about her welfare

Liliana Henry, who is also known as Liliana Nascimento, was last seen at around 3pm on Monday in Slough, Berkshire, and she is known to visit Sutton in south London

Liliana Henry, who is also known as Liliana Nascimento, was last seen at around 3pm on Monday afternoon

Police are appealing for the public’s help after a 12-year-old girl was reported missing from Slough.

Liliana Henry, who is also known as Liliana Nascimento, was last seen at around 3pm on Monday afternoon (October 11) in Raymond Road, Thames Valley Police said.

The force said it is “concerned” about her welfare.

Liliana is of mixed race, with a fair complexion, curly brown hair and a nose piercing.

She was last seen wearing a grey Nike hooded top, black trousers with cut-outs and grey and white Nike trainers, BerkshireLive reports.

Police said she is known to visit Sutton in London, and is not believed to have access to money.



Liliana is of mixed race, with a fair complexion, curly brown hair and a nose piercing
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Anyone who has seen Liliana is urged to call 999, while anyone with information as to her whereabouts should contact Thames Valley Police on the 101 non-emergency number quoting reference 43210458578.

Inspector Jason Liles, based at High Wycombe police station, said: “A search of the local area has been ongoing, and we are now appealing to the public more widely and the local community of Sutton to contact the force if you know of Liliana’s whereabouts by calling 101, quoting reference number 43210458578.

“We are naturally very concerned for Liliana’s welfare and so if you believe that you can see her, please call 999.

“I would like to appeal directly to Liliana if she sees this appeal.

“You are not in any trouble, but we are worried for you and need to know that you are OK, so please make contact with the police.”


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