Concerns over missing Essex schoolgirl Tianna Lloyd Williams, 15, who has links to east London

PUBLISHED: 15:57 05 January 2018

Missing Tianna Lloyd Williams has links to east London. Picture credit: Essex Police.

Missing Tianna Lloyd Williams has links to east London. Picture credit: Essex Police.


Police are concerned about the welfare of a missing schoolgirl who has links to east London.

Tianna Lloyd Williams, 15, from Tiptree, Essex, was last seen on Wednesday at around 5.15pm.

She was wearing a grey hooded top over a grey t-shirt, khaki and black trousers with grey Adidas flux trainers when she sent missing.

Tianna also has links to Harlow and often travels by train.

She is 5ft 9ins tall and has very long brown braided hair.

Anyone who spots Tianna, or has any information about where she is, is asked to contact us on 101 quoting incident 868 of January 3.

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