Police launch urgent appeal for missing girl, 16, who vanished on Christmas Eve walking towards park


Police launch urgent appeal for missing girl, 16, who vanished on Christmas Eve after walking towards park

  • Charlie Coleman, 16, was last seen in Hastings on Christmas Eve at 10.55pm 
  • The teenager was spotted walking in the direction of Alexandra Park in Hastings 
  •  She is described as white, 5ft 2in tall, with dark blonde, brown long hair 

Police have launched an urgent search for a missing 16-year-old girl who vanished on Christmas Eve after walking towards the park.  

Charlie Coleman from Hastings, East Sussex was last seen on Thursday, December 24, at 10.55pm.

She was spotted walking in the direction of Alexandra Park, Hastings.

The teenager is described by police as white, 5ft 2in tall, with dark blonde, brown long hair.

Police are urgently searching for Charlie Coleman, 16, (pictured) from Hastings, East Sussex, who was last seen on Christmas Eve at 10.55pm

She was spotted walking in the direction of Alexandra Park, Hastings (pictured)

She was spotted walking in the direction of Alexandra Park, Hastings (pictured)

According to Sussex police, she was last seen wearing a black puffer jacket with a hood trimmed with thick fur, grey Nike leggings and black trainers.

In a statement, Inspector Dan Russell, who is heading the investigation for Sussex Police, said: ‘We are searching for Charlie as we are concerned about her welfare and would like to hear from anyone who knows where she is or has any seen her.’

Anyone who sees Charlie, should ring 999 and quote serial 1358 of 24/12. 

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