Police are desperately trying to search for a teenager who has been missing for more than a week as authorities hold grave concerns for the girl’s welfare.
The 14-year-old girl went missing from her home on Rhodes Street in Loganlea around 30 kilometres south-east of Brisbane around 2pm on November 21.
The teen has not been seen or heard from since her disappearance, with her family and police holding grave concerns about her safety due to her young age.
Police are desperately trying to search for a teenage girl (pictured) who went missing from her home in Queensland’s south-east 11 days ago
She is described of being of Caucasian appearance and has long blonde hair and green eyes.
The girl is also around 170cm tall and is of slim build.
Police say the young girl might be travelling on public transport around Logan or across part of the Gold Coast and have identified Surfers Paradise as a place she might possibly be.
The girl was last seen on Rhodes Street, in Loganlea (pictured) around 30 kilometres south-east of Brisbane on November 21
Police hold grave concerns for the girl’s safety due to her young age and say she could be travelling on public transport around Logan or areas near the Gold Coast
However, authorities are unsure of her exact whereabouts.
Police have urged the girl to contact police.
Anyone with information about the teenager’s whereabouts have been urged to come forward.