Police launch hunt for missing girl, 15, who was last seen at McDonald’s in Manchester city centre
- Chloe Grewer was last seen at 3.30am on Saturday in Manchester city centre
- The 15-year-old’s last known location was at McDonalds on Oxford Road
- Police say they are ‘increasingly concerned’ for the teen, from North Yorkshire
Police have launched a search for a missing 15-year-old girl who was last seen in Manchester city centre in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Chloe Grewer’s last known location was at McDonalds on Oxford Road where she was seen at 3.30am on Saturday.
Police say they are becoming ‘increasingly concerned’ for the teenager, who is from Selby, in North Yorkshire.
A North Yorkshire police spokesman said: ‘Chloe was last seen on Friday 13 May 2022 when she left a property to meet a friend.
Police have launched a search for missing 15-year-old girl Chloe Grewer (pictured) who was last seen in the McDonalds on Oxford Road, in Manchester city centre, in the early hours of Saturday morning
‘It’s understood that Chloe then travelled to Manchester where she was last sighted at 3.30am this morning (Saturday 14 May 2022) at the McDonalds restaurant on Oxford Road in Manchester city centre.
‘Chloe is described as having very long dark brown hair, blue eyes and is around 5 feet 6 inches with a slim build.
‘She has a nose piercing and wears a gold ring on each hand and two gold necklaces.
‘She was last seen wearing a green long sleeved top, black leather look trousers, a black body warmer and white Nike Air Force trainers.
Chloe Grewer’s last known location was at McDonalds on Oxford Road (pictured) where she was seen at 3.30am on Saturday
‘It’s also thought she is carrying a black handbag with a gold chain.
‘Officers are becoming increasingly concerned for Chloe’s whereabouts and are asking the public to report any sightings of her.
‘Immediate sightings should be reported to North Yorkshire Police on 999. All other information can be reported via 101. Please quote reference 12220081957.’
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