Mum gives desperate plea for public to help her find 14-year-old daughter missing from Southwark

A mother has given a desperate plea for help from the public to find her 14-year-old daughter.

Jayden Hassan from Croydon, and J’Nea Beecher from Southwark, both aged 14, have been missing since Monday August 6. They were last seen that day at 4pm when they told their parents they would be staying over at each other’s houses.

J’Nea’s mother Samantha Brown, of Nunhead, said: “We love her and we miss her. J’Nea if you see this, you’re not in trouble. Come back home and be safe. Please come back.”

The pair are friends and are believed to be together.

Jayden is described as white, 5ft 4 ins tall with green/blue eyes and curly frizzy shoulder length hair. She has a little silver nose ring and was last seen wearing a white crop top, denim blue jean shorts, a yellow/orange cropped jumper with a black strip down each arm and black pumps with white soles.

J’Nea is described as black, 5ft 11ins tall of slim build. She has natural afro shoulder length black hair and was wearing a white camisole top, pink shorts with rips and black trainers.

It is believed they may have gone to the Essex area.

Officers are asking anyone who knows the current whereabouts of Jayden and J’Nea to call police on 101.


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