Police have launched a hunt for a missing 14-year-old girl.
Adele Jones went missing from Caernarfon, in Wales, on Thursday, July 30, and North Wales Police have now issued an appeal for help from the public in order to find her.
Adele is described as having dark long hair, possibly tied up and was last seen wearing grey cycling shorts, a grey hoodie a black puffer jacket.
In a tweet, North Wales Police wrote: "#missing #Bangor #Caernarfon : 14 year old missing female Adele Jones from Bangor, last seen in Caernarfon on evening of July 30.
"She has dark long hair, possibly tied up and wearing grey cycling shorts, grey hoodie & black puffer jacket.
"Please call 101, quote I-Trace log 34067."
Anyone with information is asked to contact North Wales Police y calling 101, quoting the reference I-Trace log 34067.
West Midlands Police last week launched a separate appeal to find a missing teenager.
Cleo Tombs, 17, was last seen leaving her home in Smith's Wood, Birmingham on the night of Friday, July 24.
She'd met a boy online who had come to stay at the family home, her father Craig says. She told her parents she was taking him to the coach station, but didn't come home.
Cleo has since deleted her Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat accounts.
West Midlands Police confirmed she was reported missing on Saturday, July 25.
Anyone with information about Cleo's whereabouts is urged to contact the police via the West Midlands Police website or by calling 101.