Police appeal after teens go missing in Luton

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Luton police are becoming increasingly concerned for the wellbeing of two missing teenagers from the town.

Angela Perkins, aged 15, lives in a care home in the town, and Beth Marshall, 13 years, lives with her family in Hitchin Road, Luton. Both have not been seen since Sunday afternoon, October 5.



Both girls are thought to be together and have been spotted with friends in the Stopsley area of the town.

Angela is described as white with a thin build and very long blonde hair. She was last seen wearing blue jeans, a light blue t-shirt, white training shoes.

Beth Marshall is described as white with a medium build and shoulder length red hair which she wears in a ponytail. She was last seen wearing a grey jumper, black leggings and carrying a dark blue Nike bag.

Leading the search for both girls, PC Glyn Milbourne, is keen to speak with anyone who can help trace Angela and Beth.

He said: “We know the girls have gone missing before but it is now several days since they left their homes and due to their ages we are concerned for their wellbeing. We need to speak with anyone who has seen the girls or anyone who knows where they are. Ensuring Angela and Beth are safe remain our priority and I would reassure anyone with information that they can speak with officers in complete confidence.”

Anyone with information relating to the whereabouts of Angela and Beth can contact PC Milbourne, at the force’s Missing Persons Unit on 01234 275133, or Bedfordshire Police on 101, or text information to 07786 200011.