27 June 2015 10:43 PM AEST: The missing teen has now been found safe and well. “Savannah Khan was located earlier this evening,” a police statement said.
27 June 2015 1:35 PM AEST: Police in Sydney’s south-west are appealing for information to find a 14-year old girl who has been missing since Thursday.
Savannah Khan, who has been described ‘as being of Indian/Sub-continental appearance’, has not contacted her family and friends since she went missing.
Police said she was last seen with ‘an unknown man at Punchbowl Railway Station boarding a train heading towards Bankstown at 1am’ on June 25.
The man has been described as being of Mediterranean/Middle Eastern appearance aged somewhere between 20 and 25, about 188 cm tall. He was wearing a baseball cap, shirt, jumper and long pants.
Police have been told the man could be called “Moey” or “Mohammad”.
According to the police, the teenager does not have her mobile phone and also has no access to money. She is about 160cm tall, with long black hair and blue eyes. “At the time she was wearing a maroon Adidas top and black trousers. She was carrying a black shoulder bag.”
Police are urging anyone with information about Ms Khan’s whereabouts to contact Campsie Police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.