POLICE in Coventry are appealing to find an Irish schoolgirl who has been missing since she failed to arrive at school on Friday morning.
Molly Regan, 14, was last seen at her home in Bedford Street at 8.30am on Friday, November 20 as she left to go to school.
It is believed that she may have travelled out of Coventry with a man aged between 17 and 19.
Molly’s father Paul, who along with family members spent the weekend searching for her, has urged his daughter to get in contact, stating that she is not in any trouble.
Molly – whose grandfather hails from Dublin - is described as white, 5ft 2inches and slim with light brown hair.
She was wearing her school uniform, a grey skirt and green cardigan, when she disappeared.
It is believed, however, that she may have had a change of clothes with her and she could now be wearing black jeans, a black fur coat, blue and white Huarache trainers and an Adidas sweater.
The man she is believed to be travelling with is described as tall, with a slim build and short black hair.
Molly, who has never been missing before, has connections to the Coundon, Radford and Holbrooks areas of Coventry.
A social media campaign using the hashtag #findmolloy has been launched in a bid to find the missing teenager.
If anyone does have any information that can contact Paul Regan on 07507 402 227 or West Midlands police on the non-emergency number 101.