Concern grows for missing teenager 

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Concern is growing for the welfare of a 19-year-old girl who has been missing since Monday, 3 March.

Amy Bulled was dropped at Dorking Train Station at 10am on Monday morning and was last seen in the Wandsworth area of London later that day.

Amy, who is also known as Babyface, has connections in the Wandsworth, Tooting and New Addington areas. Concerns for Amy’s safety are growing as she has not been spoken to since Monday afternoon.

Amy is described as 5ft 2’ tall, of petite build, she has long dark hair and brown eyes. Amy was last seen wearing a black medium length jacket, black jeans, black trainers and carrying a light grey rucksack. Amy wears dental braces and likes to wear long earrings.

Sharon Stone from the East Surrey Missing Persons Unit said: “We are obviously concerned for Amy and want to know she is safe and well. If anyone knows anything about her whereabouts, or recognises her from the photograph, please contact us immediately.”

March 7, 2008