THE family of a missing Woking teenager has made a direct appeal to the 13-year-old to return home.
The parents of Nisha Mazhar are urging their daughter to make contact and come back to her Goldsworth Park home, from where she has been missing since Sunday morning.
Mazhar Iqbal and Shazia Najib said: “Nisha, we all love you. We are not angry; we just need to know that you are safe and well. We want you to come home.
“Please contact the police, family, friends, anyone. Please just let us know you are safe. We are extremely worried. Your Dad has come from Birmingham to be with you. He loves you and cares for you. We need you home. Your brothers are missing you, we all want and need you with us.
“If anybody has seen or heard anything please contact the police as soon as possible.”
Nisha was last seen in the Woking area at around 9.30am on Sunday. Surrey Police is growing increasingly concerned for her welfare and describe her behaviour as out of character.
Nisha is described as an Asian girl, around 5ft 5” tall, of a slim build and with long dark brown hair. She is believed to have been wearing black leggings or trousers, a dark grey top, a black three-quarter length coat, with a white scarf and brown Ugg boots.
Officers continue to carry out enquiries to establish the whereabouts of Nisha and are asking anyone who knows where she is or who may have seen her to contact Surrey Police as a matter of urgency by calling 101 quoting reference 45140002927.
Alternatively if anyone has information and does not wish to leave a name the independent charity Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111.