Police search for missing Brisbane teenager

POLICE are seeking public assistance to help find a 14-year-old girl reported missing from Marsden in Brisbane on Friday.

The girl was last seen Saturday night in George Street in Brisbane City.

Police hold concerns for her welfare as the behaviour is out of character and she has not made contact with family since Friday.



She is described as being of Pacific Islander appearance approximately 160cm tall with long dark hair.  

She was last seen wearing a blue jumper, light blue jeans, white high top sneakers and a pink NIKE back pack.



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