Surrey Police officers searching for missing teenager Lucy Browne are appealing for her to get in touch and confirm she is safe and well.
Officers are still concerned for the welfare of 15-year-old Lucy, who has now been missing for two weeks.
Lucy was reported missing around 9-15pm on Tuesday 6 May and was last seen around 10am earlier the same day.
She is described as white, 5ft 3 tall, slim build, with long black hair which she usually wears in a bun or on the top of her head. She was wearing black leggings and a grey sweatshirt and had used fake tan around the time she was last seen.
A number of enquiries have already been carried out and it is believed that Lucy may have been in a number of different areas since she went missing, including the Romford or Ilford area. Information has also been received that she has been in the Portsmouth and Southampton areas of Hampshire and she is also believed to have visited Waterlooville, Havant, Leigh Park and Paulsgrove in Hampshire since she has been missing.
Lucy is believed to have been using the train as she has visited a number of areas over a wide geographical area since she went missing.
Detective Inspector Stewart Leahy said: “We believe Lucy has been in the London and Hampshire areas mentioned above but we would really like to speak to her directly to confirm that she is safe and well.
“I am also appealing to anyone who knows where she is, or who has seen or heard from her, to come forward with that information as a matter of urgency. We are extremely keen to ensure that she is safe and well.
DI Leahy added: “In the meantime, we will be following up a number of enquiries and our investigation will remain on-going until she is found.â€
Any sightings should be reported to Surrey Police on 101 quoting reference number P14131571. Alternatively call independent charity Missing People on 116 000.