Girl, 17, missing from South London hospital as police launch appeal to find her

Girl, 17, missing from South London hospital as police launch appeal to find her

The Metropolitan Police have launched an appeal to find a missing teenager that was last seen at a local hospital.

According to the police the 17-year-old named Sydnee from Tooting, Wandsworth was last seen at St George’s Hospital.

The last sighting of the teenager was at 7pm on Thursday, January 13, reports the police.

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Wandsworth Police launched the appeal on social media on Friday (January 14) morning asking for the public’s help.

It is understood that Sydnee has links to Surbiton in Kingston upon Thames and Thornton Heath in Croydon.

Members of the public are advised to dial 999 if they see the teenager and advise operators of their location.

In the post on Twitter Wandsworth Police wrote: “#MissingPerson | 22MIS001470 Sydnee, 17, is missing from #Tooting. She was last seen at 7pm at St George’s Hospital.

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“She has connections to #Surbiton & #ThorntonHeath. If you see her, call 999 and state your location.”

Officers also released a picture of Sydnee to help with their appeal.

If you have info that could help us find her, call 101.

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