Urgent search for missing twin sisters, 13, who haven’t been seen for five days
The Met Police are continuing an urgent search for two twin sisters who have been missing for six days from Twickenham in West London.
Sisters Poppy and Lily, who are 13 years old, were last seen on Egerton Road in Twickenham at about 2pm on Saturday, April 3 and were reported as missing later that day.
Police officers are asking parents who think their children may be friends with Poppy and Lily to find out if they have been in touch.
The cops believe that the twins may have made contact with friends as recently as Thursday (April 8) morning.
Any members of the public who see Poppy and Lily are asked to call 999, reports MyLondon.
Appealing for help on Twitter, Richmond Police said: “#MISSING 13-year-old twin sisters, Poppy and Lily Myers are missing from their home in #Twickenham. They were last seen at home on the 3rd April and are thought to have travelled to #Hillingdon.”
Poppy has blonde/brown shoulder-length hair and was wearing a long white coat and knee-length riding boots when she was last seen.
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While Sister Lily is described as having brown hair and last seen wearing black trousers with black platform boots.
The girls have strong links to the borough of Hillingdon and enquiries so far have established that they may be in the Northwood area.
Anyone with other information about their whereabouts should call 101 providing the reference 21MIS009223.
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