Fears are growing over the safety of a 16-year-old girl and a 51-year-old man who have been missing for a week, whom police described as “high risk”.
Kaylie Hatton went missing in the early hours of last Saturday, after she climbed out of a window at her grandmother’s house in Sidcup, Kent following an argument.
It is believed Kaylie is in the company of a man called Fred Finch.
Detective Sergeant Graham Scott classified the pair as “high risk” and said: “We have had some unconfirmed sightings over the past week and we think they might be using swimming pools and leisure centres to grab a shower.”
The pair have also been seen on a bus near Dartford in south London.
“The last proof of life we have got is Sunday night between 4pm and 8pm at a friend's address,” Mr Scott said.
Kaylie is described as “distinctive” with long blonde hair, which could have been dyed black, and could pass for 21. She was last seen wearing a white top, with a gold chain, black leggings and tan Timberland boots.
Mr Finch, who is from Eltham in southeast London, is described as a white man with short dark hair. He was last seen wearing a dark baseball cap, a black jacket and jeans and black Nike trainers.
Anyone who any information on the pair’s whereabouts should call the police on 101.