Girl, 13, missing for almost a week after getting into stranger's car

A teenage girl who was last seen getting into a stranger’s car has been missing for almost an entire week.

The 13-year-old left an address on the Sunshine Coast on April 18 about midday, saying she was heading to an inner Brisbane suburb of Bowen Hills, and was last seen fighting with another teen girl in the Woodridge area that evening.

Child Protection and Investigation Unit detectives revealed she was then seen getting into a car with an unknown person.

Police have sought information from the public to help in determining details about the vehicle and who was accompanying the teenager.

She has not made contact with family or friends since April 18, and there has been no activity on her social media accounts.

The 13-year-old girl left an address on the Sunshine Coast around midday on April 18, saying she intended to travel to Bowen Hills. Source: Queensland Police

Queensland police said it held “concerns for her safety and wellbeing” and were urging anyone with any information in relation to her location to contact them.

“The girl has previously been a missing person but usually returns within several days,” police said.

Detectives said the girl was a frequent user of public transport, particularly trains, and had previously visited Bowen Hills, Carseldine and the Ormeau area on the Gold Coast.

She was described as Caucasian, approximately 162 centimetres tall with a proportionate build, dark long blonde hair and hazel eyes.

She was last seen wearing dark blue jeans and a purple/reddish crop top.

Anyone with information can contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using the online form 24 hours per day.

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