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UPDATE: Saturday, July 2 at 9.55am

NSW Police say a teenager reported missing from the Coffs Harbour area has been located safe and well.

The 14-year-old girl was last seen outside of a high school on Joyce Street, Coffs Harbour, about 8.30am on Friday 1 July 2022.

Unable to be located since, family reported Hayley missing to officers attached to the Coffs/ Clarence Police District, who commenced inquiries into her whereabouts.

Following inquiries and an online appeal, the teen was located in the Coffs Harbour area around 9am this morning (Saturday 2 July 2022).


 

NSW Police are appealing for public assistance to locate a teenager missing in the Coffs Harbour area.

Aged 14, the girl was last seen outside of a high school on Joyce Street, Coffs Harbour, about 8.30am yesterday, Friday, 1 July, 2022.

Unable to be located since, family reported the teen missing to officers attached to the Coffs/Clarence Police District, who commenced inquiries into her whereabouts.

Family and police hold concerns for her welfare owing to her age.

She is described as being of Caucasian appearance, approximately 165cm tall, of medium build, with red hair, and green eyes.

She was last seen wearing a green and white school uniform and carrying a backpack.

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