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Police are desperately searching for a girl, 10, who went missing this morning (Monday, April 24).
Layla McLoughlin was last seen on Honiton Road in Exeter at around 6am – Part of the road forms an A road.
It is thought she is wearing a dark blue Fat Face hoodie, grey leggings with a pattern on and a pair of black trainers. She is white, slim and under 5ft tall with shoulder length brown hair.
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Police have released a photograph of Layla wearing the same clothes.
They are appealing for anybody who sees her to get in contact immediately by calling 999 and quoting log 115 24 April.
Devon and Cornwall Police said in a statement: "Police are appealing for the public's help to locate a 10-year-old girl who has been reported missing.
"Layla McLoughlin was last seen at around 6am this morning [24 April] on Honiton Road, Exeter.
"She is local to the Exeter area and is described as a white female, under 5 feet tall and of a slim build. She has shoulder length brown hair.
"She is believed to be wearing a dark blue Fat Face hoodie with flowers on the back, grey leggings with a pattern on them and black trainers. This is the same clothing shown in the attached photograph.
"Anyone who sees Layla is asked to contact police immediately on 999 quoting log 115 24 April."
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