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Police appeal to locate missing sisters

L-R: Roy Sharp, Bethany and Courtney Sharp, Bethany and Amanda Sharp
L-R: Roy Sharp, Bethany and Courtney Sharp, Bethany and Amanda Sharp

[P]OLICE are asking for the public’s help to locate two sisters who have gone missing from their home in Peterborough.

Courtney Sharp, 9, and Bethany Sharp, 12, are believed to have left their home in Blackmead, Orton Malbourne, yesterday morning (Saturday, May 27).

It is believed they have been taken to Blackpool by their mother and father, Amanda and Roy Sharp, however Roy is currently subject of a police investigation and has bail conditions not to be in contact with the girls.

Detective Chief Inspector Jon McAdam said: “I am concerned for Courtney and Bethany’s welfare and am keen to locate them as soon as possible.

“If anyone sees Roy, Amanda or the girls, please contact police immediately by calling 999.”

Anyone with any other information is asked to contact Cambridgeshire police on 101 quoting incident 496 of May 27.

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