Concern for teenage girl missing from Leeds home for two weeks

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Police are looking for a teenage girl who has been missing from home for two weeks.

Caitlen Boyd, 16, from Bramley, was last seen on the morning of Monday, March 9, when she was thought to be making her way to Leeds train station to catch a train to Scotland.

She did not arrive at her destination and police say she is believed to have remained in the Leeds area.

Caitlen is 5ft 11ins tall, with short, blonde hair but wears long blonde hair extensions. She has blue eyes and pierced ears.

She was last seen wearing a grey tracksuit, blue body warmer and blue and white Nike trainers and was carrying a blue holdall.

PC Libby Hartley, of Leeds District Safeguarding Unit, said: “We are concerned for Caitlen’s welfare and would like to hear from anyone who has seen her or who knows her current whereabouts.”

Anyone with any information is asked to contact Safeguarding officers at Elland Road via 101, quoting log 1276 of March 9.

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