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Police appeal after vulnerable girl, 16, goes missing in Camden

PUBLISHED: 16:34 12 August 2016 | UPDATED: 16:34 12 August 2016

Police are concerned about Yasmin Ashkir, 16

Police are concerned about Yasmin Ashkir, 16

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Police in Camden have appealed for help to find a vulnerable missing girl.

Yasmin Ashkir, 16 was last seen on Monday.

Yasmin is of Somali/Dutch heritage and is described as an olive-skinned female of very slim build with dark brown curly hair.

She was last seen wearing a grey ‘Radar’ snapback hat, white skinny jeans, and a long sleeveless beige/grey t-shirt.

A statement from the Met Police said she is known to frequent the Harrow area, and has also been previously been found in Hemel Hempstead, in Hampstead.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Camden police on 101.

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