Search for missing 12-year-old girl last seen boarding a train towards Glasgow enters its fourth day as police renew appeal to the public
- Jamie-Lee Harvey from Ayr, Scotland was last seen boarding a train on Tuesday
- Train was heading towards Glasgow but police say she could have got off earlier
Fears continue to grow for a 12-year-old girl, who has now been missing for four days from her home in Ayr, on the southwest coast of Scotland.
Jamie-Lee Harvey was last seen on Tuesday afternoon, boarding a train from the town’s station which was heading in the direction of Glasgow.
Police have renewed their appeal for the public’s help in tracing the schoolgirl, who they say may have got off the train in Irvine as she is known to frequent the Irvine, Kilwinning and Saltcoats areas.
Searches are ongoing in Ayrshire and officers in Glasgow and at the British Transport Police have also been informed in case she made her way to the busy city, where she often visits the Union Street area.
She was last seen around 3.30pm at Ayr train station, and was wearing black clothing including a padded jacket, jumper, leggings and trainers.
Police are appealing for the public’s help to help trace Jamie-Lee Harvey (pictured), 12, who is currently missing from Ayr, on the southwest coast of Scotland
Jamie-Lee is described as being 5ft tall, of medium build, with long light brown-coloured hair.
Inspector Alex Beagrie of Irvine Police Station said: ‘Although Jamie-Lee has been reported missing before, she has never been away for this length of time. She is only 12 years of age and she has not been seen since Tuesday.
‘We are very concerned. Searches and enquiries are ongoing to trace her as soon as possible to ensure that she is safe and well.
‘If you have seen Jamie-Lee since Tuesday morning or if you have any information regarding her whereabouts, we urge you to contact us as soon as possible through 101 quoting incident number 2277 of 14 March.’