Wed, 16 Jun 2021

PENRITH, NSW, Greater Western Sydney, Australia - Police are stepping up their search for a 12-year old schoolgirl who went missing earlier in the week in Penrith, at the foot of the Blue Mountains.

On Friday afternoon they issued an appeal to the public for any information on her whereabouts.

Police and family hold concerns for the girl's welfare due to her young age, and the fact that she has now been missing for more than four days.

Breeanna Bullock-Black, aged 12, was last seen outside a school on Hosking Street, Cranebrook, in suburban Penrith, about 8:am on Monday (10 May 2021).

Officers from Nepean Police Area Command were notified of her disappearance after she failed to return home later that afternoon.

Breeanna is described as being of Caucasian appearance, about 155cm tall with a thin build, dyed red/pink hair, and brown eyes.

She was last seen wearing a school uniform including a blue shirt and pants, a blue 'Everlast' jumper, white shoes, and carrying a black school bag.

Anyone who sees Breeanna or believes they know her whereabouts, is urged to contact Nepean Police or Crime Stoppers.

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