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Missing teen Elizabeth Magne-Rodriguez could be in Stamford Hill, police believe

PUBLISHED: 07:32 03 January 2018 | UPDATED: 07:36 03 January 2018

Elizabeth Magne-Rodriguez

Elizabeth Magne-Rodriguez

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A missing teenager could be in Stamford Hill, according to Scotland Yard.

Police are appealing for help to find Elizabeth Magne-Rodriguez, 13, who is missing from Lambeth.

She was last seen at her family home at 1am on New Year’s Day.

Officers believe that she entered Brixton Station at about 10pm later that day.

She is thought to have made her way to Stamford Hill, but also has links in Elephant and Castle.

Her family and police officers are growing increasingly concerned for her welfare.

Elizabeth is described as being of medium build, with long black hair. She has a pierced navel.

She is believed to have been wearing a dark coloured parka-style coat, black trousers and black shoes.

Anyone who has seen Elizabeth, or who knows of her whereabouts, is asked to contact officers at Lambeth via 101.

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