Can you help find missing Sherry Smith? She was last seen at 2.45pm on Thursday at her home in Schole Road, Willingham

Sherry Smith, 15, who has been missing from her Willingham home for more than 24 hours

Sherry Smith, 15, who has been missing from her Willingham home for more than 24 hours - Credit: Archant

A 15-year-old has been missing from her Willingham home for more than 24 hours.

Tony Smith, 16, who has gone missing from his home in Earith

Tony Smith, 16, who has gone missing from his home in Earith - Credit: Archant

Sherry Smith was last seen at around 2.45pm on Thursday afternoon at her home address in Schole Road.

It is believed she was going to meet her boyfriend, 16-year-old Tony Smith, from Earith, who is also missing.

Sherry is described as white, slim, with long highlighted mousy brown hair, and was last seen wearing blue stone-washed jeans and light brown knee-high Timberland boots.

Tony is described as white, tall with mousey brown hair which is shaved at the sides and longer on top. He was last seen wearing dark blue jeans, black and gold trainers, a blue puffy body warmer with either a blue or grey jumper underneath.

Sherry Smith's light brown knee-high Timberland boots

Sherry Smith's light brown knee-high Timberland boots - Credit: Archant


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He was last seen after being dropped off in Willingham at about 1pm on Thursday afternoon.

Sergeant Alice Draper said: “We believe Sherry and Tony may be together and are growing increasingly concerned for their welfare, as are their family.

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“I would urge anyone who may have seen either of them or knows of their whereabouts to contact police immediately.

“I would also appeal directly to Sherry and Tony to get in touch with us, or their family, to let us know they are okay.”

Sherry Smith's light brown knee-high Timberland boots

Sherry Smith's light brown knee-high Timberland boots - Credit: Archant

Anyone with information should contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

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