Desperate hunt for three missing girls aged 12 to 14 who vanished without trace

A desperate hunt is underway for three missing girls who have vanished without a trace.

Police are appealing for the public’s help in finding the three missing girls, aged 12 to 14, who have been reported missing from High Wycombe, Amersham and Prestwood in Bucks.

Tiffany, Layla and Paige were all last seen at around 4pm yesterday in High Wycombe and are believed to be together.

Officers insist the three girls are not in trouble, but added their families are growing increasingly worried about them.

Tiffany, aged 12, is from Amersham and has been described as white, approximately 5ft 3ins tall with long brown hair.

She was wearing black trainers with a silver trim around the back, black leggings, a black t-shirt and a black hooded top with white on the hood saying ‘Montclair’ and has a blue mark on her left cheek.

Layla is 14 and from High Wycombe.

She is also a white girl who was wearing white leggings, white sliders, socks, a pink top with sleeves and was carrying a fake brown Louis Vuitton handbag.

She has shoulder-length hair with blond highlights and is known to frequent High Wycombe town centre.

Paige, meanwhile, is 13 and from Prestwood.

She is a white girl, around 5ft tall of slim build with dark brown hair.

She has a small scar under her right eye and was wearing a black hooded top and black jogging bottoms.

Investigating officer PC Enya Lyons, based at High Wycombe police station, said: “I am appealing for the public’s help in tracing these three girls, who I believe will be together.

“We are becoming increasingly concerned for their welfare, given their ages and I would urge anybody who knows of their whereabouts to please contact Thames Valley Police on 101, quoting reference number 43220436488.

“If you see them, either alone or together, please call 999.

“I would also appeal directly to Tiffany, Layla and Paige. You are not in any trouble at all, but your families and we are concerned for you.

“Please contact us or your families to let us know where you are, or come home.”