Police are requesting information about a young teenager who has disappeared from her home in the Blue Mountains
Urgent appeal for red-haired teenager who has disappeared from her home in the Blue Mountains and has been missing for nearly a MONTH
- 15-year-old Hannah Stewart left her childhood home before she broke off contact on June 19
- She is said to have been with friends and traveled in Sydney by train
- Police and her family are concerned about Hannah because of her young age
The family of a red-haired teenager who went missing in her Blue Mountains home nearly a month ago begs for information about her whereabouts.
Hannah Stewart, 15, left her childhood home in mid-June at Falcon Bridge, in the far west of Sydney, to stay with friends.
Her family said she had kept in touch for several days before suddenly stopping communicating on June 19.
Hannah Stewart, 15, (photo) left her childhood home at Falcon Bridge, far west of Sydney, to stay with friends before suddenly stopping to answer messages on June 19
Her family warned police on Thursday that she was missing, as officers were concerned about the young girl’s whereabouts.
Hannah supposedly lived with friends near Sydney and traveled the railroad in the Granville and Campbelltown areas.
Her family said she is also known to visit Castle Hill regularly.
Hannah has been described as fair-skinned with long red hair and is about 155 cm to 160 cm tall with a thin build.
The NSW police said that Hannah had previously disappeared from her childhood home, but only for very short periods.
Anyone with information about her whereabouts is requested to contact Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000.
Police said Hannah (photo) had previously disappeared from her childhood home, but only for a very short time
Hannah presumably lives with friends in an area near Sydney and travels on the railroad in the Granville and Campbelltown areas (Granville Station photo)