Police launch desperate hunt for missing twin girls, 13, who vanished five days ago in west London
- Twins Poppy and Lily Myers, 13, disappeared from their home on April 3
- The girls left their own in Twickenham to travel to Hillingdon, west London
- Both girls are described as being 5ft 2 tall and are of slim build
Police are frantically searching for missing twins Poppy and Lily Myers, aged 13, who disappeared five days ago.
Sisters Poppy and Lily are believed to have travelled from their home in Twickenham, south-west London, to Hillingdon on April 3.
They haven’t been heard from since.
Detectives investigating their disappearance have asked parents whose children who are friends with Poppy and Lily to ask them if either of the missing girls has been in contact.
Sisters Poppy and Lily Myers are believed to have travelled from their home in Twickenham, south-west London, to Hillingdon on April 3
Lily, pictured, has brown hair, is 5’02” tall, and of slim build. She was last seen on the 3rd April at her home in #Twickenham wearing black platform boots and black trousers
Poppy has blondish, shoulder length hair, is 5’02″tall, is of slim build and was last seen wearing a long, white coat and knee-length riding boots
According to Scotland Yard, Poppy has blondish, shoulder length hair, is five foot two tall, and is of slim build. She was last seen on April 3, at home in Twickenham, wearing a long white coat and knee-length riding boots.
Sister Lily is described as having brown hair, is also five foot two tall, and of slim build. She was also last seen in their home, and was wearing black platform boots and black trousers.
The twins are believed to have travelled to Hillingdon.
Officers have urged members of the public to share the posts, to help to bring Poppy and Lily home safely.
They advised people to call 999 if you see them and quote 21MIS009226 for Poppy and 21MIS009223 for Lily.