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Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate missing 14-year-old Tarra-Lea Fletcher.
Tarra-Lea was last seen at her Lillian Street home in Cranbourne at 8.20am on Wednesday 10 September.
Police have concerns for her welfare as she has an intellectual disabilty resulting in her having the mental capacity of an 8-9 year-old child.
Tarra-Lea is about 162cm tall with a slight build and long brown hair worn in a ponytail.
Police believe that Tarra-Lea may have used public transport to travel into the city.
Police have also released an image of Tarra-Lea in the hope someone recognises her and can provide information regarding her current whereabouts.
Anyone with information about Tarra-Lea is asked to contact Cranbourne Police Station on 5991 0600.

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