They go out together but disappear, a desperate search for three girls aged 12, 13 and 14 in the UK
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They go out together but disappear, a desperate search for three girls aged 12, 13 and 14 in the UK

The girls, Tiffany, Layla and Paige, have drifted apart together. Police believe they went to London alone but fear for their young age.

“We are increasingly worried about them, given their age, we urge anyone who knows where they are to contact us” is the appeal launched by the Thames Valley police in England to search for three missing girls aged 12, 13 and 14. suddenly into thin air from southeastern England.

The girls, Tiffany, Layla and Paige, were last seen together on Wednesday afternoon in High Wycombe, County Buckinghamshire, then suddenly disappeared and none of them returned home, setting off the alarm of the family members.

Tiffany, Layla and Paige were seen around 4pm yesterday and police believe they have moved out of the area and are still together. The agents believe it is a voluntary removal but fear for them, given their young age.

Even more alarming families and authorities was the discovery that the three minors from High Wycombe, Amersham and Prestwood took a train to London yesterday without returning.

In fact, the same police announced that there is evidence that they went to London and spent the night at Waterloo station, one of the main railway stations in the British capital.

“We ask the citizens for help in tracking down these three girls, who we believe are together” they explained by the local police, providing photos and descriptions of the three missing girls.

“I also speak directly to Tiffany, Layla and Paige. You are not in trouble at all, but your families and we are concerned about you. Please contact us or your families to let us know where you are, or come home” is the message that the detective who is dealing with the case wanted to launch.