Search underway to find three missing teenage girls

A search is underway for three missing girls who were last seen on the Gold Coast two days ago.

Two of the girls, aged 13 and 14, travelled to Coomera to meet up with the third girl, aged 11, about 9.30am on Sunday.

The trio then left the area and it is unknown where they intended to travel, but the trio had been known to travel on trains.

The missing 13-year-old girl has short black curly hair and was last seen wearing a light pink Everlast hooded jumper. Source: Queensland Police Service

Police have released pictures of the girls in the hope someone may recognise them and alert authorities about where they are.

The 11-year-old is described as Caucasian, about 150cm tall with a proportionate build, long brown hair and blue eyes.

She was last seen wearing a baggy tie-dyed shirt, black tracksuit pants, Nike runners and carrying a black Nike bag.

The missing 14-year-old girl was last seen wearing a black Everlast hooded jumper with a camouflage logo, black leggings and black Nike shoes, and was also carrying a Nike backpack. Source: Queensland Police Service

The 13-year-old is described as 165cm tall with a slim build and tanned complexion.

She has short black curly hair and was last seen wearing a light pink Everlast hooded jumper, long black leggings, blue Nike shoes and a pink polka dot backpack.

The 14-year-old is described as 170cm tall with a slim build, fair complexion and long black hair.

The pair were on their way to meet the 11-year-old (pictured) at Coomera, last seen wearing a baggy tie-dyed shirt, black tracksuit pants. Source: Queensland Police Service

She was last seen wearing a black Everlast hooded jumper with a camouflage logo, black leggings and black Nike shoes, and was also carrying a Nike backpack.

Police hold concerns for their safety and well-being and are urging the girls, or anyone who has any information in relation to their current whereabouts, to contact them.

Anyone with information is encouraged to call Policelink on 131 444, or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the online reporting page.