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Parents of missing Nottingham girl appeal for her to return home

Leah Hazelton, 15, from Nottingham was last seen at a McDonald’s in the city centre around 3.50pm on March 24

The parents of a missing 15-year-old girl have made a desperate plea to see her returned home safely.

Leah Hazelton, 15, was last seen leaving McDonald’s in Clumber Street, Nottingham city centre, at about 3.50pm on Saturday, March 24.

She was headed towards the Old Market Square.

Police have grown increasingly concerned for her welfare after she has been missing for a number of days.

Leah’s parents, who have not been named, have issued a message through Nottinghamshire Police appealing directly to their daughter to get in touch as soon as possible.

They said: ‘Leah this is a message from your mummy and daddy. We just want to know where you are, that you’re safe, and that no one has hurt you.

‘Please know that you are not in any trouble at all, we’re all just desperate to see you. We are all, Daddy, your sisters, and me, really worried about you. Please get in touch with us as soon as you can. We all love you.’

She was last seen wearing a burgundy coat with a fur hood, a blue top and skinny jeans, and carrying a handbag.

Her parents have appealed for Leah, pictured, to make contact with police and come home

Her parents have appealed for Leah, pictured, to make contact with police and come home

Nottinghamshire Police said Leah, pictured, was not in any trouble and should make contact

Nottinghamshire Police said Leah, pictured, was not in any trouble and should make contact

Leah is around 4ft 11ins tall with brown shoulder length hair of medium build. She often wears bright red lipstick.

She has links to the Croydon, Westminster, Charing Cross and Lewisham areas of London. She also has links to Derbyshire, West Midlands and Kent.

Sgt Ian Birkin, from the Missing From Home team, said: ‘I want to reassure Leah that her welfare and safety is the priority and she is in no trouble whatsoever.

‘Leah, if you are reading this, please let your parents know you are safe. Alternatively, you can call our team by calling 101 or by messaging our page to let us know you have not come to any harm.’ 



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