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Twins missing from their foster homes could be in Crystal Palace or Greenwich

PUBLISHED: 12:53 19 January 2016 | UPDATED: 12:53 19 January 2016

Missing: Brittany and Britannia Thomas

Missing: Brittany and Britannia Thomas

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One went missing from Abbey Wood

14-year-old twins who went missing from their foster homes in Abbey Wood and Luton could be in Crystal Palace, according to Met Police.

Britannia Thomas was last seen at her foster home in Luton on January 7, while Brittany Thomas was last seen from hers in Abbey Wood on January 11.

The two have links to the Greenwich area, as well as Crystal Palace and Woolwich.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact the Missing Persons Unit on 101 quoting reference number 16MIS001101 for Britannia and reference number 16MIS001593 for Brittany.

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