Manchester Mum is asking for missing 14-year-old daughter to come home as the search enters its third day
A mother has asked for her daughter to come home as the search for the missing schoolgirl enters its third day.
Nikita Thorne, 14, was last seen at her home in Wythenshawe, Manchester, at 4.40pm on Thursday.
Her mother Catherine Robinson said Nikita was on her way to the shops on nearby Peel Hall Road but “never returned”.
“She left with a face full of make-up that could be gone by now, she talks like she’s from Manchester and she’s loud and bubbly,” she told the Manchester Evening News.
“I don’t know where she is, she could be anywhere, she’s been gone for over 48 hours now. No one saw her, nobody heard from her, the police were in houses, nothing.
Nikita Thorne, 14, (pictured) was last seen at her home in Wythenshawe, Manchester, at 4.40pm on Thursday
“She picked up her phone, she either blocked my number, turned her phone off or put it on do not disturb. I just want to tell her to come home, you have no trouble, I just want you to come home.
“The last thing she said to me was we need orange juice, so I sent her to the store and she said, ‘Would you like some?’ I said “no” and that was it.
“She left in good spirits.”
Nikita’s mum said the teenage schoolgirl left her family home in Manchester “in good spirits”.
She said Nikita left the house with makeup on, which she may have taken off.
She was last seen in a black coat with fur trim at the bottom, neck and cuffs, cream leggings, all white plain Nike Air Jordan sneakers and black ankle socks with ruffles.
Nikita was described as white, 5ft 5, of medium height, with long brown hair and brown eyes.
MailOnline have reached out to Greater Manchester Police for comment.
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