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Photos of two missing teenage girls have released by police in a desperate bid to find them.
Ruby Cuskern, 14, and Megan Hardwick, 15, were last seen on Saturday night and have been urged by police to confirm they are safe.
The were last seen on a field in the Eastbourne area of Stockton around 6.15pm Saturday night, and have not made contact with their families since.
Cleveland Police says it has received numerous reported sightings but has been unable to verify any.
The force has reassured the girls they are not in any trouble and urged them to make contact so police can establish they’re both safe and well.
A spokeswoman said: "If Ruby and Megan see this message, please call Cleveland Police on 101 as soon as possible – to let us know you’re safe and well."
The girls are understood to have been wearing the clothes pictured in the images published on Monday.
It is suspected the girls could be using public transport to get around.
Parents and carers of Ruby and Megan's friends have been asked by the police to probe their children as to where the girls may be.
Cleveland Police attempted to make an address directly to the teenagers on Sunday night over Twitter, insisting they will not face punishment for disappearing.
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The force added there was great concern surrounding their welfare.
It tweeted: "DIRECT MESSAGE TO #MISSING STOCKTON GIRLS: A message from officers trying to find missing Ruby and Megan: Girls, please ring Cleveland Police on 101 just to let us know you're safe and well.
"Everyone's worried about you. You're not in any trouble, we just need to know you're ok!"
- Missing Person
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