A teenage girl that went missing on the NSW Central Coast Easter Sunday has been found safe after disappearing without a trace four days ago.
Chloe Johnston, from Gorokan, pleaded for help to locate her “beautiful” daughter Kiera-Lee McNamara who disappeared on Sunday about 11am.
“Please if anyone hears anything or sees anything at all, please let me know ASAP,” Ms Johnston wrote to Facebook.
Finally on Wednesday the distressed mother had good news to share, writing to social media her daughter had been found.
'From the very bottom of my heart I want to thank the overwhelming response and support that you all have given over the past few days,' she said.
'I am truly grateful for everyone’s love and support!'.
Police reportedly received several reports of sightings of the teenager after calling on assistance form the public.
Police established a widespread search of Kiera-Lee, describing her as being of Caucasian appearance, about 150cm tall, a slim build and with brown shoulder length hair.
She was last seen wearing a grey oversized singlet and black ‘Nike’ slides, police said.
Police also received information she may have travelled by train from the Wyong area Tuesday morning.
Anyone with information is encouraged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page.
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