Missing teen's Net meeting
Police following lead with caution
Updated A teenage girl who went missing South West on Saturday night may have gone to meet a man she met on the Net, according to police.
According to the girl’s mother, Deborah Cameron, Carmen left her home in South West London to go to an under eighteen’s disco on Saturday night. However, she told a friend she was travelling to Neasden to meet a man she had met on the Internet.
A spokesman for Scotland Yard told The Register that Carmen Cameron, 14, "may have been planning to meet with someone she met online". He said he had no wish to overplay this particular avenue of the investigation as it was "one line of enquiry among many".
She was last seen by her sister in a phone box close to her home. Police are appealing for anyone with any information to contact the missing person’s unit at Wandsworth on 020 8247 5412. ®
Thankfully, Carmen returned home on Saturday 7th February. Police have not revealed where she had been. More info can be found here.
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