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Missing 14-year-old girl may be in Newham

PUBLISHED: 10:30 28 August 2012 | UPDATED: 11:27 28 August 2012

Police concern for missing Sonia Dredger Picture: Sussex Police

Police concern for missing Sonia Dredger Picture: Sussex Police

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A missing former Newham girl may be heading back to town, concerned police believe.

A missing former Newham girl may be heading back to town, concerned police believe.

Sonia Dredger, 14, was last seen at 5.10pm on Wednesday August 22 after being dropped off by her foster carer in Ore to catch the 100 bus into Hastings.

Sonia is described as being of mixed race, about 5’ 3”, slim build with shoulder length straight black hair and brown eyes.

She was wearing a royal blue puffer style jacket with no sleeves, a white vest top, grey snake skin design leggings and grey trainers. She speaks with a London accent.

Pc Deborah Clark, of Hastings Police, said: “We are concerned for the welfare of Sonia. She has links to the Newham area of East London, where she used to live, and to Hastings.”

If anyone has seen Sonia or knows her whereabouts, they are urged to contact Sussex Police on 101 quoting 1743 of 22/8.


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