Police search for girl, 13, missing for two weeks

HELP NEEDED: A police spokesperson said the girl was described as about 155 centimetres tall, with a slim build and bleached blonde hair. The photo of the girl was taken before her hair colour was changed. Photo: Queensland Police Service

HELP NEEDED: A police spokesperson said the girl was described as about 155 centimetres tall, with a slim build and bleached blonde hair. The photo of the girl was taken before her hair colour was changed. Photo: Queensland Police Service

POLICE want the public to help them find a 13-year-old Boronia Heights girl missing for two weeks.

A Queensland Police Service spokesperson said the girl was last seen at Boronia Heights on July 30.

Concerns are held for her safety and wellbeing due to her age, the spokesperson said.

She is described as about 155 centimetres tall, with a slim build and bleached blonde hair.

The police spokesperson said the girl was known to frequent the Browns Plains area.

“Anyone who has seen the girl or can assist with this investigation is also asked to contact police,” the spokesperson said.

“The girl, or any of her friends who may know about her current whereabouts, are urged to contact police.”

The spokesperson said the photo of the girl was taken before her hair colour was changed.

Those with information can contact Policelink on 131 444 or make an anonymous report to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Quote reference number QP1801476288.