New appeal for missing teenage girl

By Rory Poulter

11th May 2022 | Local News

A new appeal has been launched to help find Clementine, aged 14, from Twickenham.
A new appeal has been launched to help find Clementine, aged 14, from Twickenham.

A new appeal has been launched to help find Clementine, aged 14, from Twickenham.

The same youngster went missing for several nights last month, sparking pleas for help from her and thousands of people who shared the information on social media.

At the time details of the search for Clementine were shared by a number of well-known names and friends of her family, including Georgia Tennant, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and James O'Brien.

Today, the actor, James Purefoy, tweeted: "I'm afraid that Clementine is missing again. If you know where she is please call the police on 101 using the reference below. Her parents are going out of their minds with worry."

Her parents, Lysta and Graeme, who run the Studio 17 pilates and fitness studios in Richmond and Chiswick, subsequently thanked everyone for their support following news of her safe return.

This morning, Richmond Police Tweeted, saying: "#MISSING - Clementine, aged 14, is known to frequent Twickenham, Ealing and Acton area.

"If seen, please call us on 101 with the ref - 22MIS014911."

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