Police searching for a missing schoolgirl say they are also looking for a second 15-year-old who has vanished from home and is believed to be with her
- Humberside Police are concerned for the safety of two missing girls aged 15
- The pair, who are from Grimsby may have travelled to the Skegness area
- Ellie Mae Giles and Lucy DeLatouche were last seen around 10.30am Monday
Police have confirmed that a second teenager from Grimsby is missing and has not been seen for more than four days.
Humberside Police issued an appeal yesterday to find Lucy DeLatouche, 15, who was last seen on Chelmsford Avenue at around 10.30am on Monday, and have now confirmed that she is believed to be in the company of another teenager,
Ellie Mae Giles, 15, who was last seen on Caistor Drive at the same time.
Humberside Police are searching for two teenage girls who have been missing from Grimsby since Monday. Officers believe Ellie Mae Giles, left, and Lucy DeLatouche, right, are with each other. The pair may have travelled to Skegness
Ellie Mae has been described as 5ft 1in tall, of slim build with long light-brown hair. She was wearing black jeans, a white top and a red puffa-style jacket and black Nike trainers.
Lucy has been described as being 5’ft 3in tall of slim build, and was wearing black jeans, a red and black puffa-style jacket and wearing white and black Nike trainers.
The pair could still be in North East Lincolnshire, however it is also thought that they may have travelled to the Skegness area.
A Humberside Police spokesperson said: ‘We are appealing for your help to locate missing teenager Ellie Mae Giles.
‘Ellie Mae is 15 years-old and was last seen on Monday May 6 at 10.30am on Caistor Drive in Grimsby. She is 5ft 1in tall, of slim build with long light-brown hair. She was wearing black jeans, a white top and a red puffa-style jacket and black Nike trainers.
‘Ellie Mae is thought to be in the company of another missing teenager Lucy Lea DeLatouche and we would ask for anyone who has seen either girl to contact us as a matter of urgency.
‘The pair may still be in the North East Lincolnshire area however they may have travelled to Lincolnshire, specifically the Skegness area.
‘If you see Ellie Mae Giles or Lucy Lea DelaTouche or know where they are, please call us on our non-emergency number 101 quoting log 203 07/05/19.’
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