Former Union J singer George Shelley has put his fame to good use as he has tweeted an urgent appeal about missing teenager Bethany Taylor.
Family members are said to be “worried sick” for the 16-year-old schoolgirl who was last seen on Wednesday night in Enfield.
Writing on Twitter her brother Billy posted: “If anyone has seen my sister Beth let me know she has now been declared a missing person and we’re all worried sick.
“She is missing around the Enfield area was last seen late Wednesday in Enfield town. Wearing white jeans and a red and black top.”
And now singer and Capital FM presenter George Shelley has joined in the search for the missing teen, writing on Twitter: Bethany Taylor has gone missing from Enfield area, if you have info or see her please contact the police.
A Metropolitan Police spokesman said:
“Bethany Taylor, 16, has been missing since Wednesday, 29 June.
“She was seen by a relative on Friday, 1 July, at around 5pm on a route 491 bus in Enfield.
“Bethany is described as a white girl, 5ft 5ins tall and has long ‘mousy’ brown hair. She was last seen wearing a red top and white jeans.”
Anyone with information about Bethany is urged to contact the Police on 101, quoting reference number 16MIS028090.