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Police issue plea for missing teenagers Elliott Lee-Graham, Annalise Aymer
Police have launched a hunt for two teenagers missing from Hampshire.
The teenage boy and girl left a house in the county last Saturday and have since been spotted at Waterloo station in London.
Police and their parents are concerned for their welfare and have issued a plea for them to get in touch.
Elliott Lee-Graham, 16, in from Alton and Annalise Aymer, 14, is from the Bournemouth area.
The pair left Elliot's home address on Lime Grove in Alton at around 4pm on Saturday.
It was initially thought that they were seen again in Alton the following day but it is now known that they caught a train from Basingstoke at 10.24pm on Saturday, November 30.
They are then seen on CCTV arriving at London Waterloo at 11.28pm.
Elliott is described as:
- 5ft 7 tall
- Stocky build
- Brown hair
- He has a stud in his left ear
- He was last seen wearing a zip up grey hooded top and tracksuit trousers.
Annalise is described as:
- Long brown hair
- Last seen wearing a green parker jacket, beige Ugg boots, black leggings and carrying a black bag with sparkly bits.
Detective Inspector Justin Torgout said: "We now know that Elliott and Annalise travelled together by train to London Waterloo and have a CCTV image of them both at the train station.
"We would ask members of the public to keep an eye out for them both and to contact police if you think you have spotted them.
"Their families are becoming increasingly worried and are desperate for them both to return home.
"I would continue to urge Elliott and Annalise to contact us directly to let us know that they are ok."
Anyone with any information should contact Hampshire Constabulary by calling 101.
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