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Urgent Appeal to trace girl 15 and boy 12 who have ran away together 

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Police have launched an urgent appeal to trace a girl and boy who police believe have ran away together.

Thames Valley Police confirmed they are tracing the boy and girl  who are from are Burghfield Common, Berkshire. 
Amy Dilworth, 15, and Kieran Sampson, 12, were last seen at 9.20pm on Saturday at Mortimer railway station.

Police believe they have headed to London. 

Amy is white, 5ft 10in, has short brown hair and was last seen wearing a grey hooded top, a red and blue checked shirt and navy chinos.

Kieran is white, 5ft, has blond hair and was wearing blue jeans and a grey jacket with the word ‘London’ in red lettering on it.

Anyone who spots the pair is asked to contact police on 101. 

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