Police are continuing to appeal for help to find missing Mia from the Isle of Wight.
Officers have issued two more photographs of her and believed there is a chance she may have travelled to the Birmingham area. Information has come to light that she has been chatting to a male on Social media from the Midlands area and she could have gone to meet this person. Mia Family took social media to share their concerns of a man she met over Social media.
Kyle Middleton Pictured has bene arrested as part of the Police’s on going investigation into Missing Mia
It is understood that the pair-may have met in the Croydon Area
She didn’t go to school this on Friday , she has sold her phone, she was with 20 2 who she has met and spoken to online. She is only 14 years old hich he is aware of. She hasn’t contacted anyone since Friday morning and we are unaware of their location.
Mia, who is 14 and from Ryde, was last seen getting off a ferry in Southampton at 2.30pm yesterday afternoon (Friday, 24 November).
She has not been in touch with her family, who are understandably growing increasingly concerned, as this is very out of character for Mia.
She is described as white, 5ft 2ins tall, of a slim build and has very long blonde hair, which has some pink colour in it.
She was last seen wearing grey or black trousers and a black puffa-style coat.
Officers believe that she may have travelled to the Birmingham area, so would ask you to share this appeal with any friends or family in that area.
Inspector Rob Abel said: “We are growing increasingly concerned for Mia’s safety the longer she is missing, so we would like to hear from anyone who thinks they may have seen her, or heard from her, since yesterday afternoon.
“We have had a great response from the public so far, helping to share our appeal, so thank you to those who have.
“Mia, if you are reading this, please get in touch with either your family or us, so that we know that you are ok.”
Anyone who has seen Mia or has any other information about where she might be, should call Hampshire Constabulary on 101 quoting 44170458126.