Missing girl: Police follow leads across the border

Electra Doyle, 11, is missing and police are appealing for help to find her.
Electra Doyle, 11, is missing and police are appealing for help to find her.

POLICE are still trying to find the missing Pottsville girl Electra Doyle.

Tweed-Byron Inspector Jim Kain said police had not yet located the 11-year-old, but detectives were also investigating leads across the border.

He said NSW police and Queensland police were working together to find the missing child.

On Monday, Crime manager Inspector Brendon Cullen said police believed she was in the company of a relative.

He said Electra was supposed to go back into her father's custody on May 13.

"Her father did not report her missing until May 21," he said.

The police hold serious concerns for her welfare.

Insp Cullen said police were following a number of leads received by the public, both in the Tweed and elsewhere.

If you have spotted the young girl contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 00.

She's described as being of Caucasian appearance, 155cm tall, of athletic build, with blonde shoulder-length hair and blue eyes.

Topics:  missing person police tweed

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