Urgent search for two girls who went missing in their pyjamas and slippers
Aleighsha and Livia, 14, were last seen in Ross-on-Wye, West Mids
An urgent search has been launched for two teenage girls who went missing from West Midland’s Ross-on-Wye Community Hospital, in their pyjamas and slippers.
West Mercia Police have issued an appeal for any information that will help trace 14-year-olds Aleighsha and Livia who were last seen in the hospital carpark this morning 12.30am this morning.
Officers have said people should also keep a look out in Worcestershire or other parts of the West Midlands such as Worcester, Bromyard and Hereford, where the pair are said to have links.
Rail passengers have also been asked to report any suspected sightings as the teenagers could be travelling by train.
A West Mercia Police spokesman said: "Aleighsha and Livia, both aged 14, are missing from Ross-on-Wye.
"They were last seen at Ross-on-Wye Community Hospital carpark at around 12.30am this morning.
"Aleighsha has dark brown hair, blue eyes and is of a slim build. Livia has light brown hair, blue eyes, is of a slim build and has a nose ring. Both girls are thought to be wearing pyjamas and slippers.
"They have links to Hereford, Bromyard and Worcester and could be on a train. Officers are becoming increasingly concerned for their welfare."
Anyone who has seen or heard from Aleighsha or Livia, or has information about their whereabouts, is asked to call 999.