Police launch hunt for two Kent schoolgirls missing from Ashford

‘Concerned’ police launch hunt for two Kent schoolgirls missing from Ashford since yesterday afternoon

  • Chloe Sutton, 14, and Grace Perry, 13, reported missing in Ashford yesterday
  • The two girls were last seen wearing school uniforms around 2.10pm on March 15
  • Kent Police appealing for information and are ‘concerned’ for the girls’s welfare

Police are ‘concerned’ about the welfare of two girls who disappeared in Kent yesterday.

Chloe Sutton, 14, and Grace Perry, 13, were last seen in Ashford, Kent, around 2.10pm on March 15.

Kent Police are now appealing to anyone with information on the two girls to come forward, with the force ‘concerned for their welfare’.

Chloe is described as white, of slim build, around 5ft 5ins tall with long dark hair and blue eyes.

Police are ‘concerned’ about the welfare of two girls who disappeared in Kent yesterday. Chloe Sutton, 14, (pictured) and Grace Perry, 13, were last seen in Ashford, Kent, around 2.10pm on March 15

In their appeal, Kent Police said Chloe was last seen wearing a school uniform consisting of a black skirt, tights and a white shirt.

Grace has also been described as white, of slim build, around 5ft 6ins tall and with shoulder length brown hair and blue eyes.

She was also last seen to have been wearing a black skirt, tights and white shirt. 

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Kent Police on 101 quoting reference 15-836.  

Grace (pictured) has also been described as white, of slim build, around 5ft 6ins tall and with shoulder length brown hair and blue eyes. She was also last seen to have been wearing a black skirt, tights and white shirt

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