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Lowestoft/Norwich: Chelsea Tallents, 15, missing since Friday

15:30 17 March 2014

Chelsea Tallents

Chelsea Tallents


Police are appealing for help to trace a 15-year-old Lowestoft girl who went missing on Friday.


Although Chelsea Tallents has been missing before there is concern for her welfare, as she has not been away for this long previously.

Police are asking anyone who may have seen her over the past few days or anyone with information about where she is now to get in touch.

Chelsea was due to stay with a friend in Beccles area over the weekend but didn’t show up. She had taken clothing with her for the stay but it is now thought that she could be in Norwich – possibly in the Chapelfield area.

Chelsea is described as white, around 5’5” tall, of slim build and is likely to be wearing a blonde wig, or a beanie hat with blonde dreadlock hair extensions clipped inside and earrings in both ears.

She may also be wearing black leggings and a red Adidas jacket and carrying a large brown bag.

Anyone who may have seen Chelsea or anyone with information about where she is now is asked to contact the duty sergeant at Lowestoft Police Station by dialling 101.



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