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Police launch appeal for girl, 12, from Birmingham who went missing on her way to park on Friday

Police launch urgent appeal for girl, 12, from Birmingham who went missing on her way to park on Friday evening

  • Destiny Bradbury was last seen leaving her home in Lea Hall, Birmingham 
  • The 12-year-old was heading to Meriden Park, also known as Chelmsley Park 
  • She is described as white, 5ft 3in with straight blonde hair and was last seen wearing  a grey top, black leggings and trainers and a black Adidas hoodie

Police have launched an urgent appeal to find a 12-year-old girl who was last seen heading to her local park on Friday evening. 

Destiny Bradbury left her home in Lea Hall, Birmingham at 18:30 on Friday evening to go to Meriden Park, also known as Chelmsley Park in Chelmsley Wood. 

She has not been seen since and West Midlands Police are concerned for her welfare. 

The 12-year-old was last seen leaving her home in Lea Hall, Birmingham on Friday at 18:30 

She is described as white, 5ft 3in tall with straight blonde hair and was last seen wearing a grey Jordan top, black leggings, black trainers and a black Adidas hoodie with two white stripes.   

Anyone who has seen Destiny or has any information as to where she may be should call 999. 

She was last seen heading to Meridian Park, also known as Chelmsley Park in Birmingham

She was last seen heading to Meridian Park, also known as Chelmsley Park in Birmingham 

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