COPS said they are "extremely worried" as they have launched a hunt for a 14-year-old schoolgirl who vanished on her way to school.
Teenager Haleeza Kauser was last seen leaving her home in Delves, Walsall to go to school, on Friday morning.
She never made it to the school and she has not been heard since.
Cops have urged members of the public to call 101 if they see her.
Walsall police issued an urgent appeal on Friday night.
It tweeted: " Can you help us find Haleeza Kauser?
"She’s 14 and missing from her home in #Delves #Walsall.
"She left home at 8.15am this morning on her way to school. She didn’t arrive and hasn’t been seen since.
"We’re extremely worried about her, as are her family.
"She was last seen wearing a green blazer, white blouse, black trousers and shoes.
"If you’ve seen her please call us urgently on 101. Thank you."
Cops are in a desperate search for another 14-year-old girl who vanished from her Manchester home last week.
Mineh Onomake disappeared from Gorton on Sunday, May 23.
Police have called for anyone with information on her whereabouts to come forward.
Officers said she was last seen wearing black jogging bottoms, a black hoodie with writing across the chest and a red puffa jacket with a black hood.
She also had black and white Nike Air Jordan 11 trainers on.
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