Police appeal over missing Prestwick teenager

Police are appealing for information over missing Prestwick teenager Emma Wilson.
Police are appealing for information over missing Prestwick teenager Emma Wilson.

Police Scotland is seeking the assistance of the public and the media in trying to locate a 14 year-old girl missing from Prestwick.

Emma Wilson was last seen by a family member at her home in Ayr Road, Prestwick. She left the house to go out with friends and hasn’t been seen or heard from since.

She was last seen in Ayr Road, Prestwick at around 7.45pm on Saturday 10 October.

She is described as white, around 5 ft. 8 inches in height with a slim build. She has dyed red hair, green eyes and a fair complexion. When last seen, she was wearing an orange and pink top, black leggings, a blue Adidas jacket and brown Ugg boots.

Emma has never gone missing before and her family is extremely worried.

Extensive enquiries are underway in Prestwick and Ayr as Emma is known to have friends in both these locations. However, all attempts to locate her have so far proved unsuccessful.

Inspector Craig Feroz said: “Emma is only 14 and she has never gone missing before, given her age, we are concerned for her wellbeing and just want to know she is safe and well. If anyone has any information or knowledge regarding her whereabouts I would appeal to them to pass that information onto police. Her family is extremely worried for her and just want her back home.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact officers at Ayr Police Office on the non-emergency number, 101.