Missing teen girl could be in Brighton

Police believe a missing teenage girl from Climping could be in Brighton.

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Harriet Long has been missing since Monday eveningHarriet Long has been missing since Monday evening
Harriet Long has been missing since Monday evening

Harriet Long, 15, of Yapton Road, has been missing from her home since Monday evening(August 31). Police believe that she may have been seen in a bar in Brighton on Tuesday evening.

She was reported to be in Valentinos Bar, in New Road, Brighton, in the company of a white man, aged 20, with blonde floppy hair and a gap tooth. He is thought to be called Connor.

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Harriet is black, 6ft 1in, of broad build, with shoulder length black Afro-style hair and was believed to be wearing tracksuit bottoms and old navy-coloured Timberland shoes.

PC Mark Green said: “While there is currently no evidence that Harriet has come to any harm, this disappearance is out of character. We are also concerned for her welfare because of her age and because she has recently moved to West Sussex from Essex and has few friends in the area at present.

“If you have seen Harriet or know where she is, please email [email protected] or call 101, in either case quoting serial 30 of 01/09.”

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