Two teenagers have been missing since Saturday as police appeal for more information
Police are appealing for anyone with information to come forward to help trace missing 16-year-olds, Liam Kennedy and Courtney Semple. The pair have been missing from Airdrie since Saturday October 31.
The teenagers were last seen at around 9pm on Saturday night in Plains, Airdrie.
Liam is white, 6ft 4in, slim, with short brown hair and blue/grey eyes. He was last seen wearing black Nike trousers and a black padded jacket.
Courtney is 4ft 8in, slim, with long brown hair, usually worn in a ponytail, and was last seen wearing a grey hooded top, grey leggings and white trainers.
Sergeant James Lynch from Airdrie Police Station, said: "We understand that Liam and Courtney met up on Saturday night in Plains, then left the area together. At this time we
don't know where they have gone but they're known to frequent Glasgow City Centre, East Kilbride and Clydebank.
"Officers have been checking local CCTV from and also liaising with colleagues at British Transport Police, as well as local bus and taxi operators.
"Friends and family have been spoken to, however, so far no one has seen them since Saturday. They are only 16, so we need to make sure they are ok and ask that they get in
touch with police or return home.
"If you have any information as to where they are, then please contact Airdrie Police Station via 101. Quote reference number 4405 of October 31, 2020 when calling."