An Adelaide family have made a desperate plea to members of the public to help find missing 15-year-old Sienna Drew.
Drew left her Windsor Gardens home in the city’s north-east on Monday, September 18, at 8.30pm.
About 20 hours later, she was seen catching a bus from the Adelaide CBD to Mount Barker.
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Her family said Drew left home without money or a phone.
“(This is) absolutely out of character, yes … We just can’t believe we haven’t heard from her,” Drew’s Auntie Kristin Katsoulis said.
“She’s just so generous and kind, but also very trusting, so we’re worried someone has been able to perhaps lead her down the wrong path.”
Sienna Drew is described as having braces and long black hair that goes past her shoulders. Credit: Supplied
Drew is described as having braces and long black hair that goes past her shoulders.
She was last seen wearing a black puffer jacket, white T-shirt and jeans, and black shoes.
Officers arrived at the 15-year-old’s school, Avenues College, on Tuesday morning to speak to her friends.
Police said there’s nothing to suggest Sienna’s been harmed, but they are asking anyone with information to come forward.
“Sienna, please let us know you’re safe. All we care about is that you’re OK. Please just let us know,” Katsoulis said.
Kristin Katsoulis said Sienna’s family desperately wanted to hear that she is okay. Credit: 7NEWS
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