Search underway for two school girls whose last known whereabouts was getting out of a taxi in Kent 

Updated: Dec 5, 2019


Desperate hunt launched for girls, 14, who vanished after getting taxi to Morrisons.


Leah Flower and her school friend Chloe Horsfall went missing at 8.30am on Monday after they were dropped outside a Morrisons in Dover, Kent - and there has only been one possible sighting since.

Leah Flower was being dropped off near her school in Dover with friend Chloe Horsfall at 8.30am on Monday when they both went missing.


Leah's worried mother Lucy Wattenbach, from Deal, has now taken to social media in her search for the school children.

The family say the pair were taken to Morrisons in Bridge Street by a taxi.


There has been only one possible sighting since exiting the taxi, which was later that day at around 9pm, heading down Victoria Crescent in Dover.


Leah Flower's worried mum has launched an appeal to find her missing daughter.


Writing on Facebook, she said: "My daughter and her friend have been missing since 8.30am yesterday morning.


"Both dropped off at Morrisons in Dover by A1 taxi.


"Please if anyone has seen them or has any news of where they could be staying or where they are or who they are with we all would really appreciate your help any information please contact myself or Chloe's parents which are tagged in post or the police."


Lucy later said she thinks the pair could be in Folkestone, Kent, and has urged anyone who sees anything to get in touch with the police.


She added: "We are all so worried."


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