Cousin’s appeal to find missing Brookmans Park teenager

PUBLISHED: 11:29 23 September 2011 | UPDATED: 11:30 23 September 2011

Amelia Fairchild, left, with Samantha

Amelia Fairchild, left, with Samantha


THE cousin of a missing Brookmans Park teenager has appealed for information on her whereabouts – on the four week anniversary of her disappearance.

Amelia Fairchild, 15, was last seen at around 4pm at her home in Bluebridge Avenue on Friday, August 26.

Today (Friday), her cousin Samantha Lelliot made a public appeal for information on her whereabouts.

Ms Lelliot, from Kingston-upon-Thames in Surrey, said: “It is the four-week anniversary since Amelia went missing and we, her family, are desperate for information on her.

“She is like my sister and we are so close. She is a kind, beautiful and genuine person, with a lovely smile and she dotes on my twin sons. We are all missing her so much and just want to know she is safe and well.

“I live in in a different place to her, but it is very unlike Amelia not to get in touch for so long.

“I would just like to encourage Amelia, if she hears or reads this message, to just get in touch.

“Also, if any member of the public thinks they might know where Amelia is, I would ask them to please contact the police, so we can have her back safe and sound.”

Amelia is white, with green eyes and long, dark, wavy hair, which is usually back-combed into a high ponytail. She is about 5ft 4in tall, and has a number of piercings.

She was last seen wearing a black long-sleeved top with lace over it and brown ‘harem-style’ trousers.

It is believed she could be in Kingston-Upon Thames, or the Croydon, Enfield, Notting Hill or Brixton areas of London.

Call Hertfordshire Constabulary on the non-emergency number 101 with information.

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