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    Australia - Jade Robson-Whitehouse, 14, Melbourne, 3 Oct 2015

    Jade Robson-Whitehouse

    Victorian police appeal for help to locate missing schoolgirl
    "Victorian police are appealing for help to locate a 14-year-old schoolgirl who vanished on Saturday night.

    Jade Robson-Whitehouse was last seen at her Junction Village home, in Melbourne’s south-east, about 8pm on Saturday.

    She did not attend school this morning and police said her disappearance is out of character."


    Read more at http://www.9news.com.au/national/201...skaTerI6gk4.99
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    It's all very odd.

    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/leader/s...-1227557744787


    The girl she left with, we don’t know who she is, we’ve never met her before. Nobody at school knows the girl,” she said.

    Earlier that day, Jade had asked if she could have a friend sleepover, then arrived with the unknown girl.

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    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/leader/s...-1227557744787

    Concerned because they did not know who she was, Ms Harris asked to speak with the girl’s mother.

    She then decided she would take the girl home and left the room to put on her shoes.

    When she returned the two girls had disappeared.

    “We don’t even have her real name, the name she gave us was incorrect,” she said.

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    Thanks for posting. Isn't today a public holiday?

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    seems like a mysterious case. I wonder which name the girl gave and appeared to be false?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oddsocks View Post
    Thanks for posting. Isn't today a public holiday?
    Not in Vic. Only in ACT, NSW, Qld and SA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oddsocks View Post
    A lot of background information is coming through on there.
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    Not sure if I'm more shocked that no one appears to know the friend, or the fact a 14 yr old doesnt have a mobile phone



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    No updates so far this morning


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    Police appeal for help to find missing schoolgirls Lasela Fue and Jade Robson-Whitehouse

    Date October 5, 2015 - 5:41PM

    Jade's anxious family told police that the teenager disappeared with a female friend she met online using a fake Facebook account, after she invited the friend to stay over.

    The pair reportedly fled the house after Jade's step-mother, Tracey, tried to make contact with the friend's parents to let them know where she was.

    While Jade has been in touch with at least one friend on Facebook, her parents and police remain concerned for her welfare.
    BBM. So Jade has been in touch with at least on Facebook friend since she disappeared?

    Read more: http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/po...#ixzz3nlOZvJvy


    ETA: Lasela Fue, the 12 year old mentioned in the article above, has been found safe and well.

    http://www.news.com.au/national/vict...-1227557598597

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    Bumping for Jade. It sounds like she has continued to contact friends via Facebook and she is saying she's now too scared to come home.

    https://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/a/...teenager-grow/

    Hoping this contact helps police figure out where she's at! I'm always a little leery when missing people use social media that it's actually them posting, but it sounds like they think it is Jade.

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    Just saw a segment on A Current Affair about Jade. The parents said they'd received information that they couldn't go into details about but it was concerning because it suggested Jade may be held against her will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsward View Post
    Not sure if I'm more shocked that no one appears to know the friend, or the fact a 14 yr old doesnt have a mobile phone


    She has a phone but left it at home.

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    Gosh i hope she shows up very soon. This is not sounding good, with the whole fake name situation. :/
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