Fresh appeal to find missing girl who could be travelling across Devon

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    Police continue to search for 15-year-old Kalousha “Kalli” Kemp, who remains missing. Kalli was last seen in the St Austell area at around 7.30am on Monday 20 June.

    Officers believe she may be travelling around the South-West region in a grey Fiat 500 with the registration number of NJ16KHV.

    Inspector Ben Attwood said: “Enquiries are continuing in our efforts to locate Kalli and we are asking members of the public to help us.

    “We are supporting her friends and family and are appealing to Kalli to contact home so that they know that she is safe and well.

    “We are keen to make sure that she is okay and would ask that anyone who is with her encourages Kalli to contact her family in St Austell or the police.”

    She is 5ft tall and of slim build, with long blonde hair but it is believed she has changed her appearance and now may have black hair.

    Kalli may be wearing a grey hoody, black trousers and white Nike trainers and may also be carrying a black shoulder bag.

    If you have seen Kalli or know her current whereabouts, please call 999 quoting log number 214 of 17/06/22.

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