Police have launched a search for a missing schoolgirl who vanished from east London yesterday.
Reanne Bell, 12, was last seen leaving her home address in Romford, Essex, at 3.30pm.
She did not say where she was going and has not gone missing before.
Taking to Facebook mum Louise said she had been desperately searching the area.
She said: “I’m going out my mind.”
Reanne’s uncle Matt Munro also posted an appeal pleading for the young girl to come home.
Please Reanne come home we all love you no one is angry we just want you home safe,” he said.
Her mum and dad and family are in bits and super worried and concerned. Please come home Reanne we all love you.”
This morning the Met Police issued an appeal explaining Reanne was reported missing by Louise two hours after leaving her home address.
Subsequent inquiries established she travelled by train from Romford to Shenfield where he arrived at 8.11pm
It is thought she could be using her Oyster card to access public transport.
She was last seen wearing a pink hoody with a ‘No Fear’ logo, black Nike trainers and carrying a grey backpack. She is 5ft 4ins tall and likes to wear her hair in buns.
The Met’s East Area Safeguarding Unit is leading the investigation.
Anyone who may have seen her is asked to call police on 101 quoting CAD 5834/31Aug.
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