Police have appealed to a 14-year-old missing Wolverhampton girl to get in touch as fears grow for her safety.
Elise Buckley has not been in touch with her family since travelling with a female friend from Telford to Birmingham city centre on Friday.
Her friend later returned to Telford leaving Elise with a young man they had met up with. She was reported missing yesterday morning prompting a police search.
It’s now believed Elise may have returned to Telford and her family and the police are anxious to establish she is safe and well.
Detective Chief Inspector Jason Wells, said: "We are appealing to Elise to make contact with the police as soon as possible. We are also urging anyone else who has heard from her, or who knows of her whereabouts, to get in touch with us.
"We are extremely concerned about her. Elise is only 14 and as such will be vulnerable. She was last seen in Birmingham on Friday and as time passes, we are becoming increasingly worried."
He said Elise comes from Wolverhampton but was staying in Telford when she went missing.
"We have been liaising closely with West Midlands Police who are also searching for her. Information suggesting she may have been in the Brookside area of Telford, possibly with a man, during the early hours of today, is being followed up.
"However, she is known to frequent Wolverhampton and the Birmingham area, as well as Telford".
Elise is white, 5ft 7ins tall, with very long, straight blonde hair.
DCI Wells added: "It’s very important Elise contacts the police, or indeed, anyone else who can help us find her, as matter of urgency. We are concerned about her welfare and anxious to establish she is safe."