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A worried mum has pleaded for information after her teenage daughter went missing from her home.
The desperate 30-year-old has asked people to come forward after the 13-year-old vanished on October 31.
Laura Baugh spoke to BlackCountryLive and said her daughter, Sammie Price, said she was going to stay over at a friend's house on Saturday, however she had given false details.
The teenager disappeared from the Walsall home and was last seen at Birmingham New Street Station at around 3.30pm on Sunday, November 1.
Ms Baugh said she may be in the Birmingham area after 'meeting someone the family has never met'.
A string of Facebook posts has already attracted thousands of shares in a bid to get the girl back home, reports Birmingham Live.
Laura Baugh said: "We are worried sick about her. She isn't in trouble she's just very missed and we want her safe, especially with this Covid about.
"The police have been informed with everything we know and are trying to locate her.
"She has been in contact with some of our family members – but we don't know whereabouts she is."
An appeal from her grandmother Jo Battisson has also been shared more than 6,000 times.
It reads: "If anyone knows anything can you please let us know this is getting very serious now as we haven't seen Sammie since Saturday.
"Her mom is worried sick so is her family if you have my granddaughter in your home, please send her back."
West Midlands Police has confirmed that they have been alerted to the missing youngster and has urged anyone with information to call 101.
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