Fears for two missing 11-year-old girls who disappeared in Derbyshire as police launch appeal

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FEARS are growing for two 11-year-old girls who are missing Derbyshire.

Friends Constantia Carr-Winterburn, of Whaley Bridge, and Lillie Almond, of Dove Holes, were last seen when they left their homes for school this morning.

Constantia Carr-Winterburn, of Whaley Bridge, was last seen when she left for school this morning.
Friend Lillie Almond, of Dove Holes, is also missing

The families of the girls, who attend the same school, say they have not heard from them since.

In a statement, Derbyshire Police said: “We are very concerned for their safety and we would ask you to share this appeal and to contact us if you have any information as to their whereabouts.”

Constantia is described as white, 5 foot 4 inches tall, slim, and having blonde or mousey shoulder-length hair.

She left home wearing her school uniform – a white shirt, a black quilted coat, black trousers, and black shoes – and carrying a rucksack.

Lillie is 5 foot 7 inches tall, slim and has blonde hair which was tied back when she left home.

She went out in a black skirt, black tights, black trainers, a white polo shirt, and a red coat.

Police said the two are thought to be together.

Anyone with any information is asked to get in touch with Derbyshire Police quoting 904 or November 26.


The force can be contacted on 101 or via the contact form on its website.

A private message can also be sent to the force’s page on Facebook or a direct message to its contact centre’s twitter account.



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