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Fresh appeal to find Blackpool teenager Paige Chivers

Paige Chivers
Paige left home after an argument with her family

A fresh appeal is being made for help to trace a Blackpool teenager who went missing from her home three years ago.

Paige Chivers was just 15 when she disappeared from her family home in Bispham after a row on 23 August 2007.

She was last seen at a bus stop on Ashfield Road in Blackpool on the same day, carrying a bag or suitcase.

Paige, who would now be 18, is 5ft 5in tall and slim with shoulder-length light brown or dyed blonde hair and a "Playgirl" tattoo on her neck.

The new appeal is being made to coincide with International Missing Children's Day.

Anyone with information on her whereabouts should contact Lancashire Police.

Detectives have been unable to confirm any sightings of Paige and have previously said she is likely to have come to some harm.



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