Mother appeals for help to find missing daughter, 15, from Edmonton

By Priya Kingsley-Adam in Local People

A MOTHER is appealing for the public’s help to find her missing 15-year-old daughter from Edmonton who hasn’t been seen since yesterday morning (Wednesday).

Marley Gage, who lives in Pasteur Gardens, was dropped off by her mother at 10am for work experience at a charity shop in Edmonton Green .

Within an hour of arriving, staff from the charity shop said Marley left at 11am and didn’t return to the store.

Marley rang her mother shortly after saying she was on her way home and would arrive soon. She then rang another three times and said she was in the Ponders End area and was lost.

She has not returned home and Marley’s mother, Mantee, is extremely worried and says her disappearance is out of character.

She said: “Marley is a much loved child and she always rings to say where she is.

“Obviously, with every passing moment the level of worrying concerning her safety increases, and I would like to appeal to anyone who has seen her to call Edmonton police station.

“She isn’t in any trouble and will be welcomed back with open arms."

Marley is Asian, 5ft 2 ins tall, petite, and was last seen wearing a light green jacket, a pink and black top with black leggings.

If you have any information about Marley’s whereabouts contact police immediately via the police non-emergency number 101.

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