Police have launched a hunt for a missing schoolgirl who vanished on her way to school after being dropped off at a Tesco.
Freya Pull, 14, disappeared in Thirsk, North Yorkshire around 8.40am yesterday.
She was last seen at 9am walking away from the town centre on St James Green towards Long Street.
The community is rallying together to search for the teenager, who is a keen footballer playing for a local team.
A co-ordinated search starting from the Vale pub in Carlton Miniott was launched again this morning.
Police have also been using a helicopter to try to find her.
Freya has is around 5ft 2ins, of slim build with waist-length, light brown hair, which she usually wears in a ponytail.
A spokesman for the North Yorkshire Police said: "We're concerned for her safety – her disappearance is out of character.
"Freya has long, light-brown hair and was wearing a school uniform, black backpack and black hat.
“She may now be wearing a beige hooded top with ‘Syre’ written on it in pink and a black padded jacket.
“We believe she's more likely to be in a rural area than an urban one."
Members of the public are being urged to share any sightings of her.
Anyone with information or anyone who has seen Freya is asked to call North Yorkshire Police on 101, select option 1 and quote reference 12100021779.
Police yesterday began a search for a 12-year-old girl who did not return home from school.
Humberside Police issued an urgent appeal yesterday evening (February 6) after Hessle High School pupil Faith Flintham failed to return to her home in Hull from school.
She was found safe and well this morning.