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Two 16-year-old girls missing after last being seen with a suitcase

The Argus: Two 16-year-old girls missing after last being seen with a suitcase Two 16-year-old girls missing after last being seen with a suitcase

Two 16-year-old girls have gone missing after last being spotted at a train station with a suitcase. 

Chloe Hall from Springfields, Ticehurst, and Marnie Stocking from Asten Fields, Battle, were last seen together at Battle Railway Station, where they were waiting for a train with a suitcase at 11.30am on June 20.

Chloe is described as white, 6', and of slim build with straight shoulder length brown hair. She was last seen wearing a black and white see through top with a white vest top underneath, denim shorts and she was carrying a red bag.

Marnie is described as mixed race, 5' 5", of medium build with black shoulder length hair in plaited dreadlocks.

Sergeant Tony Donovan said: "We are concerned for the welfare of these two girls and believe they may have headed for St Leonards. The girls have made some contact with their parents but are we keen to find them."

Anyone who thinks they have seen either of the girls or knows of their whereabouts is asked to call 101 quoting serial 0709 of 23/6. If they require medical treatment or are in danger please call 999 immediately.

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8:13pm Tue 24 Jun 14

stevo!! says...

So they've made contact with their parents, and they above the age of consent.

What business is it of the police?
So they've made contact with their parents, and they above the age of consent. What business is it of the police? stevo!!
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9:00am Wed 25 Jun 14

downbythesea says...

stevo!! wrote:
So they've made contact with their parents, and they above the age of consent.

What business is it of the police?
I would think because legally they are still children until they reach the age of 18, that's why.
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: So they've made contact with their parents, and they above the age of consent. What business is it of the police?[/p][/quote]I would think because legally they are still children until they reach the age of 18, that's why. downbythesea
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12:28pm Wed 25 Jun 14

stevo!! says...

downbythesea wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
So they've made contact with their parents, and they above the age of consent.

What business is it of the police?
I would think because legally they are still children until they reach the age of 18, that's why.
At that age, they are free to do as they please.

They are no longer viewed as schoolchildren, so they aren't playing truant.
[quote][p][bold]downbythesea[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: So they've made contact with their parents, and they above the age of consent. What business is it of the police?[/p][/quote]I would think because legally they are still children until they reach the age of 18, that's why.[/p][/quote]At that age, they are free to do as they please. They are no longer viewed as schoolchildren, so they aren't playing truant. stevo!!
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