Police launch urgent search for three missing teenagers

Police launch urgent search for three missing teenagers, aged between 14 and 16, after they vanished last night in Lancashire

  • Leona Derbyshire, 14, Matej Bulander, 14, and Allyx Queen, 16, are missing
  • They were last seen in the Chorley Road area of Withnell, Chorley, at 8.30pm 
  • Believed to be together and have links to Blackburn, Coventry and London 

Police are urgently searching for three missing children who disappeared in Lancashire last night.

Leona Derbyshire, 14, Matej Bulander, 14, and Allyx Queen, 16, were last seen in the Chorley Road area of Withnell, Chorley, at 8.30pm yesterday.

They are believed to be together and have links to Blackburn, Coventry and London.

Lancashire Police fears for the teenagers’ safety and is appealing to the public for information. 

Leona Derbyshire, 14, (left) Matej Bulander, 14, (centre)and Allyx Queen, 16, (right) were last seen in the Chorley Road area of Withnell, Chorley, at 8.30pm yesterday

PC Mark Price, of South Police, said: ‘We are concerned about the welfare of these three children and we need to find them as soon as possible.

‘I would ask anybody who sees them or has information about their whereabouts to get in contact with police straight away. 

‘I would also appeal to Leona, Matej and Allyx, if they see this appeal, to get in contact with police to let us know you are OK.’

Leona is described as white, 5ft 5ins, of a slim build with long brown straight hair and blue eyes. 

She was last seen wearing grey North Face bottoms, a grey Adidas top, a black padded coat with a fur hood and white Nike Air max trainers with a black tick.

Matej is white, 5ft 1ins, of a slim build, with brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a grey Nike tracksuit top and bottoms, a dark grey body warmer and white Nike trainer boots.

Allyx is white, of a medium build, with dark brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing grey bottoms, a darker grey Nike top, and black shiny Alexander McQueen shoes. 

Anybody with information is asked to call 101, quoting log 1545 of April 20, 2021.

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