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22 January 2013, 12:04 | Updated: 22 January 2013, 13:25
There's growing concern for two teenage girls who have gone missing from Ipswich.
Brittany Louis, aged 15, was reported missing to police on Saturday 19 January. She was last seen at her home address in Martinette Green, Ipswich on Friday 18 January by her mother. Brittany is described as white, around 5’11” tall, with long blonde hair. When she was last seen she was wearing a camouflage-pattern knee-length parka coat, a red and cream beanie hat, a red jumper, black jeans and black shoes with a leopard print.
Tori Smith, aged 16, was reported missing to police on Sunday 20 January. She was spoken to on the phone on the afternoon of Friday 18 January, when she advised she was going to Bramford. She has not been seen since. Tori is described as white, around 5’6” tall, with collar-length, straight, red hair. When she was last seen she was wearing a green khaki jacket with a fur hood, a cream sweater and black jeans.
Police officers believe that Tori and Brittany are together. Brittany was seen in Ipswich town centre yesterday, Monday 21 January.
Officers are carrying out urgent enquiries to locate the girls, and are appealing for anyone who may have seen them to contact police immediately.
Anyone with information is asked to contact The Duty Sergeant at Ipswich Police Station on 101.