Two teenage girls have been missing for five days after getting onto a bus in Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester.
The girls – both aged 15 – are Yasmin Ashkir, who was visiting family in Manchester when she disappeared, and Mya Okoli from Ardwick .
Greater Manchester Police (GMP) said the pair were last seen leaving Piccadilly Gardens on the 101 bus on Sunday March 27, around 9pm.
Mya’s family have reportedly said Mya requires medication, which she does not have with her.
Yasmin travelled up to Manchester from Camden Town in London to see relatives when she disappeared.
Mya is described as a black female, with long black curly hair, brown eyes, medium build, 5ft 7in, and was last seen wearing grey tight jeans, black ankle boots with white fleece turnover tops, a black waist length jacket with a hood.
Yasmin is described as a Somalian female, with black curly hair, medium build, brown eyes and around 5ft tall. She was last seen wearing a black Adidas bubble jacket, white jeans and black/purple Nike trainers.
Family and friends have tried to contact the girls but have had no response.