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Police searching Forest Gate for two missing sisters

15:29 01 September 2014

Inderjit Kaur was last seen on Sunday evening.

Inderjit Kaur was last seen on Sunday evening.

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Police are searching for a pair of missing sisters who are known to have friends in Forest Gate.

Harpreet Kaur was last seen on Sunday evening.Harpreet Kaur was last seen on Sunday evening.

Inderjit Kaur, 12 and Harpreet Kaur, 14, are both described as Asian and slim with shoulder-length dark hair, and were last seen at 7pm yesterday at their home in Grays, .

Inderjit is about 5ft 2ins and was last seen wearing a pink jumper and black trainers.

Harpreet is about 5 ft tall and could have her hair tied back. She was last seen wearing grey jeans with a yellow cardigan and black trainers.

Essex Police are appealing to their friends and anyone with information to call 101.

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