The brother of missing Sutton teenager Molly Davidson has issued a heartfelt appeal for his sister to return home.
Fears are growing for 19-year-old Molly, who was last seen at Nottingham’s Broadmarsh Bus Station at 1.15pm on Monday.
Her family are worried the teenager, who has mild learning difficulties, may have travelled to London to meet a man she has met online.
“We are all eternally grateful for the support.”
Molly’s younger brother, Sam, 18, has revealed how the family are desperate for her safe return and has thanked those who have taken to social media to help find her.
He said: “Me and my family are absolutely terrified about the unknown, the unknown of her safety and her whereabouts.
“We are all eternally grateful for all the support we’re receiving from everyone, even strangers. We are all distraught and praying she returns home safe.”
Molly was wearing a cream criss-cross patterned jumper and a black jacket, with black skinny jeans and carrying a red handbag and brown holdall.
She is described as slim, 5ft 9ins tall with shoulder length dark brown hair.
Molly was due to catch the bus to college the morning of her disappearance but it is believed she returned home and packed her bags along with a month’s supply of medication for her epilepsy.
Police in Nottingham and London have so far been unable to track her whereabouts although her mobile phone calls were last traced to the Edmonton Green area of the capital.
If you have seen Molly or have any information that could help locate her please contact Nottinghamshire Police immediately on 101, quoting incident 685 of January 16.