Crawley girl missing after attending Pride in Brighton

Georgia Holder, missing from Crawley
Georgia Holder, missing from Crawley

Police are searching for a teenage girl from Crawley who went missing after attending Pride in Brighton on Saturday (August 1).

Georgia Holder, 14, was last seen in the area of The Level at around 6.20pm. It is thought she was in the company of two male friends, possible called Ollie and Reagan, along with a younger girl, police said.

Georgia is described as white, 5’4”, of slight build with very long curly dark brown hair, hazel eyes and with a ring through her bottom lip, piercing to her right eyebrow, numerous piercings to her ears and wearing large, hooped earrings. She also has a navel piercing.

At the time she disappeared, she was wearing a white top, black jeans, pink cardigan and blue heels. However, she may have changed into jeans, trainers, a baggy zipped top and could be carrying a material bag.

Police said she may still be in the company of the boys she met. ‘Ollie’ is described as white, 6’, slim, with short brown hair, bad teeth and wearing a blue T-shirt. He had a scrape on the right side of his lower back.

‘Reagan’ is white, 5’ 2”, slim with short brown hair and wearing a white T-shirt.

Police said Georgia is ‘extremely vulnerable’ due to her age. If you know of her whereabouts or see her, call 101 quoting serial 1342 of 01/08.

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