Police issue urgent appeal as two schoolgirls, 16, go missing in Leeds – The Sun

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Police issue urgent appeal as two schoolgirls, 16, go missing in Leeds – The Sun



POLICE have issued an urgent appeal to find two schoolgirls from Leeds who have been missing since Wednesday.
Monet Williams and Leah Monkman, both aged 16, are believed to be together.
Monet Williams was last seen at 7am in her school uniform
Leah Monkman is believed to be with Monet
Monet was last seen wearing her school uniform – black trousers, a black parka fur round hood, white blouse and a Coop academy tie.
The teen is from Morley and has contacts in the South, East and North Leeds areas.
She was last seen at 7am on Wednesday.
Leah has been described by police as a white female with heavy build, 5ft 6, with brown shoulder length hair and wears braces.
She is also known to go to the South, East and North Leeds areas as well as Wakefield.
Anyone with information is asked to call 101 quoting ref 13190208989 for Monet or 13190209139 for Leah.

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