Have you seen missing Downham Market girls Priya Rainbank and Crystal MacPherson?

Crystal MacPherson, who was last seen in the Downham Market  area on Saturday, March 8.

Crystal MacPherson, who was last seen in the Downham Market area on Saturday, March 8.

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Two 15-year-old girls have been missing from their homes in Downham Market for more than 10 days.

Priya Rainbank, who has been missing from her home for more than 10 days.Priya Rainbank, who has been missing from her home for more than 10 days.

Police say Priya Rainbank and Crystal MacPherson were last seen in the Downham area on Saturday, March 8. Officers believe they may have travelled to Bedford.

They are asking anyone who may have seen either of these girls over the past few days or anyone with information about where they are now to call Norfolk Police by dialing 101.

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