Police still looking for missing Thamesmead teenager last seen in December

PUBLISHED: 16:45 04 February 2016 | UPDATED: 16:45 04 February 2016

MISSING: Rosanna Manuel, 16

MISSING: Rosanna Manuel, 16


She was last seen on December 24

Police are still looking for a missing 16-year-old girl, who has not been seen since before Christmas.

Rosanna Manuel, from Thamesmead, was last seen on December 24 at her home, and has not contacted family since.

She has sent a message to police stating she is safe and well, but officers are still appealing to trace Rosanna.

She is described as black, 5ft 3ins tall with brown hair that she often wears in a ponytail, with a piercing small stud piercing in her left nostril and long green fake nails.

She was last seen wearing a black and white scarf, a dark blue long-sleeved shirt, a black jacket, black leggings and white Adidas trainers. Along with a black handbag.

Police are asking for anyone with information to contact officers at Greenwich via 101.

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