Desperate plea over 14yo missing for 10 days

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Police have made another plea in their desperate search for a 14-year-old Tasmanian girl who has been missing for more than 10 days.

Shyanne-Lee Tatnell was last seen on Sunday night, April 30, at about 8.30pm near the North Esk River on Henry St in Launceston.

Tasmanian police say she was last seen wearing a cream coloured hoodie with dark script on the chest and shoulders and bike shorts.

Shyanne-Lee Tatnell was last seen on Sunday, April 30. Picture: Tasmanian PoliceShyanne-Lee Tatnell was last seen on Sunday, April 30. Picture: Tasmanian Police

Shyanne-Lee is described as being about 160cm tall, with a slim build and blonde hair.

Inspector Craig Fox said just “one small piece of information” could help police find her.

He made a specific appeal to “anyone who was driving a vehicle on Henry St in the vicinity of the North Esk River between the hours of 8pm and 9pm on Sunday”.

Police have released a series of photos of cars driving on the road; however, Inspector Fox admitted the quality wasn’t “great”.

“These drivers could be potential witnesses of Shyanne-Lee’s last known movements, whether they think they saw anything or not,” Inspector Fox said.

Police have released footage of the road where the 14-year-old was last seen. Picture: Tasmania PolicePolice have released footage of the road where the 14-year-old was last seen. Picture: Tasmania Police

“We have CCTV images of some vehicles in the area at the time, and while the image quality isn’t great, we’re hoping it may prompt drivers’ memories.

“If you were driving through this location in either direction at this time, please make contact with police.”

As of Wednesday, police say Crime Stoppers has received 17 separate reports relating to Shyanne-Lee’s disappearance.

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