Police launch desperate search for teenage girl, 16, who vanished from her home four days ago
- Courtney Barrowcliffe, 16, last seen near Swadlincote, Derbyshire, on Monday
- Police released an image of the teenager and launched an appeal to the public
- In photo she is seen wearing a tan-brown coat and a red jersey with a white logo
- She is described as around 5ft 2ins tall and white with long straight brown hair
Police have launched a desperate search for a teenage girl who vanished from her home four days ago.
Courtney Barrowcliffe, 16, was last seen in the Linton area near Swadlincote, South Derbyshire, at around 10pm on Monday, June 7.
Police said officers are ‘growing concerned’ for her safety and have now made an appeal to the public.
The force released an image of the teenager, who has links to Long Eaton and Nottingham city centre.
Courtney Barrowcliffe (pictured above, in image released by police), 16, was last seen in the Linton area, near Swadlincote, South Derbyshire, at around 10pm on Monday, June 7
In the photograph she is seen wearing a tan/brown coat and a red jersey with a large white logo.
Courtney is described as being around 5ft 2ins tall, white, and having long straight brown hair. Police say she may be wearing make-up.
In a statement, Derbyshire Police said: ‘Officers are growing concerned for the safety of a missing teenager from Swadlincote.
‘Courtney Barrowcliffe was last seen in the Linton area on Monday 7 June at around 10pm.
‘Enquiries have been ongoing to find her, but we are now appealing to the public for help.’
Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to contact the force on Facebook, Twitter via @DerPolContact, an online contact form or by calling 101 quoting incident reference 196-080621.
Police said officers are ‘growing concerned’ for her safety and have now made an appeal to the public (pictured: tweet from the force)