Glasgow & West Scotland

Teenager Chloe Campbell missing for four days

Chloe Campbell Image copyright Police Scotland
Image caption Chloe Campbell's family are "desperate" for her to get in touch

Police have appealed for help to trace a teenage girl who has been missing from her home in North Ayrshire for four days.

Chloe Campbell, 14, from Kilbirnie, was last seen at 22:15 on Thursday.

The teenager is 5ft 4in tall, of stocky build with collar length, black hair. She was last seen wearing dark grey leggings, a light grey hooded top and trainers.

Chloe's family are "very worried" and "desperate" for her to get in touch.

Sgt Billy Campbell, from Police Scotland, said: "Despite the time of night, Chloe said to friends that she was heading up to Glasgow to meet another friend, however, we do not know how she got there, or if indeed she got there, or where exactly she was going in Glasgow.

"She does go up to Glasgow where she tends to visit the four corners, around the Argyle St/Union St/Jamaica St area.

"We have been liaising with officers in Glasgow city centre who have been checking the CCTV there, as are officers in Ayrshire who have also been searching the local area and speaking to her friends and family."

'No contact'

Sgt Campbell said Chloe had family in Glasgow but they had had not had any contact from her.

He added: "As far as we are aware, she does not have a mobile phone and is not thought to have had any money with her.

"I would ask anyone who knows of her whereabouts, or who may have seen or heard from Chloe since Thursday, to contact police.

"Although she has gone missing before, she does tend to come back after a few hours and has never been away for this length of time. Her family are very worried and desperate for her to get in touch."

Sgt Campbell said he was keen to hear from bus drivers on routes from Kilbirnie to Glasgow or people who were on a train from Kilbirnie to Glasgow late on Thursday night or early or Friday morning.

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