Vulnerable teenagers missing from Yorkshire home last seen in Norfolk town
- Credit: North Yorkshire Police
Police are growing increasingly concerned for two missing teenagers from Scarborough who were last seen in Norfolk.
Annabelle Addison and Michael Moore, both 15, have not been seen since 9pm on Saturday November 4. They were reported missing at lunchtime the following day and police enquiries suggest they left Scarborough on a train and have headed towards Norfolk.
A recent sighting placed them in King's Lynn town centre on Monday November 13 and North Yorkshire Police are working with Norfolk Constabulary to locate the pair.
Due to their age and the fact they have no access to money, they are both deemed to be vulnerable.
Michael is described as white, 6ft tall, slim build, fresh complexion, with short light-brown wavy hair. He was last seen wearing a black parka jacket with a fur lining, black jogging bottoms and fawn trainers.
Annabelle is described as white, slim build, fair skinned, with very dark long straight hair that is usually scrunched up. When she was last seen, Annabelle was wearing a blue jumper and a black jumper, pink Minnie Mouse pyjama bottoms with grey jogging bottoms over the top, a black Superdry jacket and black and white Adidas trainers.
• Officers are appealing for anyone with information, or anyone who believes they may have seen Annabelle and Michael to contact them on 101, press #, ask for North Yorkshire Police, select option 1 and speak to the Force Control Room. Please quote 'Annabelle Addison' or 'Michael Moore' and reference 12170198879
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