Police appeal for information on missing girls believed to be in Camden
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Police are appealing for information on two young sisters who are missing and believed to be in the Camden area.
Shanti Harbourne, 12 and her five-year-old sister Maya-Rose Kelly-Johnson have not been seen since 1 May.
They were last seen in Camberley, Surrey, at 23:00 hours on 1 May. It is believed they are in the company of their biological mother, Angela Kelly, 46.
Both girls are white. Shanti Harbourne has shoulder length brown hair and is of slim build. She was wearing a black “Batman” top, ripped black bottoms and brown boots.
Maya-Rose Kelly-Johnson is of average height for her age with long brown hair. She was wearing long pink pyjamas with heart on it and black boots.
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Although believed to be in the Camden area, police say there are also links to Heathrow and Roehampton.
Anyone with information is asked to call police in Wandsworth 0203 276 2554 or the non-emergency line on 101.
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