Concern grows for missing 16-year-old girl from St Albans

PUBLISHED: 08:30 19 November 2017 | UPDATED: 08:30 19 November 2017

Grace Power has been missing from her St Albans home since Friday, November 17. Picture: Herts police

Grace Power has been missing from her St Albans home since Friday, November 17. Picture: Herts police

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Officers are growing “increasingly concerned” for the welfare of a 16-year-old girl who has gone missing from her St Albans home.

Police are appealing for the public’s help to trace Grace Power, who was last seen at her home in the north of the city on Friday.

She is described as white, of slim build, with long hair that is dyed black.

Grace was last seen wearing a black top, a yellow zip jacket, blue jeggings and a grey beanie hat.

She is believed to have links to Cheshunt in the east of the county, and Harlow in Essex.

A police spokeswoman said: “Officers are growing increasingly concerned for Grace’s welfare.

“Anyone who has seen her or knows of her whereabouts should call Hertfordshire Constabulary’s non-emergency number 101, quoting ISR 759 of November 17.”

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