Desperate hunt launched for missing girls, 13 and 15, thought to be together

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A frantic search has been launched for two missing Scots schoolgirls who are believed to be together.

Maddison Robertson, 15, and Mariah Johnston, 13, have vanished from their homes in Aberdeen.

The two have not been seen since Sunday evening and officers are appealing for any information, the Daily Record reports.

Maddison is described as being 5ft tall, with blonde/light brown hair and when last seen was wearing a grey hooded top and grey joggers.

Mariah is described as 5ft 1 tall, with long brown hair and when last seen was wearing a black jacket, black leggings and white Nike trainers.

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The teenagers are believed to possibly be in the Stonehaven area.

Anyone with any information can contact Police Scotland on 101 or anonymous reports can be made to the independent charity Crimestoppers.

Alternatively, Fearless is a dedicated young person's charity where you can get and receive information about crime anonymously.

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The appeal comes after officers were also hunting for two missing Scots who failed to turn up at school in Midlothian.

Sarah Fenwick, 11, and Lucy Fenwick, 10, left their home in uniform but never arrived on campus on Monday morning.

Police were growing "increasingly concerned" for the pair but thankfully they have both been traced in the local area and are "safe and well".

  • Missing Person
  • Teenagers
  • Scotland

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