Police Needs Help Locating Missing Forth Valley Girl

An urgent appeal has been issued for a teenager who was reported missing.

Report reaching us states that officers in Alloa are looking to trace a missing teenager, who has been reported missing since on Monday.

The police are urging the public to help lookout for the missing Scots schoolgirl as concerns grow for her welfare. It is said that the 14-year-old girl Stefanie Smith, went missing from her home.

According to the report, a frantic search has been issued for her by the police in Alloa who they said went missing from the town.

Officers are appealing to the public for clues that can help locate Stafanie. The 14-year-old girl went missing at around 10:15 p.m. on Monday, 22 November 2021.

Stefanie Smith is described as being a white female, who is 5’5″ tall, has dark hair with a red and black tinge.

The police searched the area she was believed to be in but they were still no trace of her, Stefanie is still missing please help look out for her.

Her family is growing increasingly concerned for her welfare and is hoping she is found and brought back home soon.

Anyone with any information regarding her current whereabouts is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101, ref: MPR4815691121.

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