Frantic search for 13-year-old girl who has been missing for two days

Missing teen Julia
Julia was last seen on Sunday afternoon

Concerns are growing for the welfare of a teenage girl who has been missing for two days.

The 13-year-old called Julia was last seen at about 12.30pm on Sunday in the Easton area of Bristol.

Police are frantically searching for the teen and have issued an appeal urging the public to help find her.

Julia was wearing ripped grey jeans, trainers, a pink, black and grey Adidas top, plus a dark green coat when she disappeared.

She is white, approximately 5ft 5ins, of slim build and has long brown hair.

People are asked to call 999 and give reference number 5221022081 if they see her.

Police are asking the public to contact them if they see a teenager who has gone missing in Bristol. See SWNS story SWBRmisper. Julia was last seen at about 12.30pm in the Easton area yesterday (Sunday 31 January). She was wearing ripped grey jeans, trainers, a pink, black and grey Adidas top, plus a dark green coat. Julia is 13 years old and is described as white, approximately 5ft 5ins, of slim build and has long brown hair.
Julia was last seen in the Easton area of Bristol (Picture: SWNS/Avon and Somerset Police)
Police are asking the public to contact them if they see a teenager who has gone missing in Bristol. See SWNS story SWBRmisper. Julia was last seen at about 12.30pm in the Easton area yesterday (Sunday 31 January). She was wearing ripped grey jeans, trainers, a pink, black and grey Adidas top, plus a dark green coat. Julia is 13 years old and is described as white, approximately 5ft 5ins, of slim build and has long brown hair.
Julia is 13 years old and is described as white, approximately 5ft 5ins, of slim build and has long brown hair (Picture: Avon & Somerset Police / SWNS)

Officers launched the appeal on Monday afternoon and said on Tuesday morning that she had still not been found.

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Police posted four images of Julia to their social media channels, but no further details have been released.

People can alternatively contact the independent charity Crimestoppers 100% anonymously on 0800 555 111 or via their anonymous online form.

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