Police search for two missing Milton Keynes girls

Amber Bowers, left, and Chantelle Robertson
Amber Bowers, left, and Chantelle Robertson

Two teenage girls who have gone missing from Milton Keynes have sparked a police appeal to trace them.

Chantelle Robertson, aged 17, is missing from her home in Greenleys. She was last seen on Tuesday, April 29, at 10.30pm when she told her family she was going to stay with her friend Amber Bowers.

Chantelle is 5ft 4ins, with long brown straight hair. She was last seen wearing a black leather coat and wheeling a silver suitcase.

Amber Bowers, aged 17, of Conniburrow, is also missing and is believed to be with Chantelle. Amber is about 5ft 6ins and has shoulder length straight brown hair.

She was last seen on Tuesday night, April 29, carrying a bag, and wearing a black leather jacket, a green top with black leggings and black boots.

The girls are believed to have been picked up at about 11.30pm on the Tuesday from Conniburrow by a person driving a silver Mercedes.

They have links to the Acton, Hackney and Islington areas of London and it is believed they may have travelled to London.

Sgt Lee Brace, from Milton Keynes police station, said: “I am appealing for anyone who has any information about the girls’ whereabouts to contact police.

“If Amber or Chantelle is reading this, please present yourselves at a police station so that we know you are safe.”

If you have any information about where the girls may be please call the 24-hour Thames Valley Police Enquiry Centre on 101 quoting URN 1081 of 30/