13-year-old girl missing from Bexley after boarding train to Cannon Street from Bexleyheath Railway Station

Police are appealing for help to find a teenage girl who is missing from Bexley.

Amena Puttock, 13, was last seen at around 4pm on Monday, September 17 at Bexleyheath Railway Station where she boarded a train towards Cannon Street.

Amena is described as white, 5ft 4ins tall, of medium build with light brown hair that she wears in a ponytail.

She was wearing her school uniform including a dark blue blazer.

Amena is also known to frequent the Blackfen, Sidcup, Bluewater and Bexleyheath areas.

Her family and officers are growing increasingly concerned for her welfare.

Anyone who has seen Amena is asked to contact officers at Bexley via 101 quoting 6184/17Sep


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