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Renewed appeal for missing teenager

PUBLISHED: 15:09 10 May 2010 | UPDATED: 11:32 12 July 2010

Rachel Fisk has been reported missing.

Rachel Fisk has been reported missing.

Amy Gray

Police are renewing appeals for help in tracing a 15-year-old girl from Stradbroke, Suffolk, who was reported missing on Wednesday, May 5.

It is thought Rachel Fisk may still be in the local area or may have travelled further afield - possibly to Norwich, Diss, Ipswich or Sudbury.

Police are renewing appeals for help in tracing a 15-year-old girl from Stradbroke, Suffolk, who was reported missing on Wednesday, May 5.

It is thought Rachel Fisk may still be in the local area or may have travelled further afield - possibly to Norwich, Diss, Ipswich or Sudbury.

Rachel was last seen around 9.30am on Wednesday morning in Stradbroke. There has also been a possible sighting of her in the Cambridge area.

Although Rachel has been missing before police are concerned for her well-being and are asking her or anyone with information about where she is now to get in touch.

It is possible she may be with her boyfriend who drives a white Peugeot 106, registration P397 OVF, and police are also appealing for any sightings of this car.

Rachel is white, 5ft5, of slim build, with shoulder length streaked blonde hair. It is thought she was wearing either a navy blue polo shirt or a white shirt at the time of her disappearance.

Anyone who may have seen or spoken to Rachel since Wednesday morning, or anyone who knows where she is now, is asked to call the duty sergeant at Halesworth Police Station on 01986 835300.


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