A missing mum and her two daughters have been spotted at a railway station since their disappearance.
Police officers are growing increasingly concerned for Rachel, 37, of Albion Street, and 12-year-old Zara and 10-year-old Safiyyah who were last seen on Southwick Beach on Saturday at 7.45pm.
They have since been spotted on CCTV cameras at West Worthing railway station on Sunday at 12.35am and at the Next store near the Holmbush Centre in Shoreham on Tuesday at 7pm.
PC Mark Green said: “The alarm was raised by the girls’ father after they failed to attend their schools on Monday and there has been no contact from Rachel or the children.
“Anyone who sees them or has any information about their whereabouts is asked to contact police.”
Rachel is white, 5ft 4inches, slim, with black shoulder length hair. Zara and Safiyyah are of mixed ethnicity and both have black hair.
The alarm was raised by the girls’ fatherPC Mark Green
Contact police by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 101 quoting serial 1417 of 2/07.
If they are in danger or in need of urgent medical attention, ring 999.
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