THE search is still on for a 15-year-old Woking girl who has now been missing for four days.
The photographs show Billie Dickerson, who was last seen in a CCTV image walking through the subway underneath Woking rail station at around 5.50pm on Monday, attending a wedding.
Officers are hoping the fresh images may help jog people’s memories and encourage members of the public to contact Surrey Police with any information or sightings of the teenager.
Billie has not been in contact with her family or friends since she went missing and police are growing increasingly concerned for her welfare.
Detective Inspector Martin Stables of the Missing Persons Unit at Surrey Police said: “It is three days since there has been a concrete sighting of Billie and our enquiries are continuing, with a dedicated team of officers pursuing leads and working to locate her. She was reportedly seen in the vicinity of her school yesterday and we are trying to confirm this sighting, but our concern grows as time goes on and I would urge anyone with information which might help with the investigation to contact Surrey Police urgently.”
Billie is described as white, 5ft 2” tall, of a slim build and with long brown hair. She was wearing a blue hooded top over her school uniform of black trousers, blazer and a white shirt, at the time she disappeared but was carrying a bag which may have contained other clothes. The CCTV shows her carrying a rucksack.
She has links to the Hull and London areas and officers continue to carry out enquiries in these areas to locate her.
Anyone who may have seen Billie or has information on her whereabouts should contact Surrey Police on 101 quoting reference 45140001365 or the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.