Missing Clementine Reardon: New police appeal to find ‘loved’ Twickenham teenager

Clementine’s parents Graeme and Lysta Reardon said: “As you can imagine we are devastated and very concerned. She is only 14 and should be with us, her family who love her.”

Police are searching for Clementine Reardon, who has gone missing for the second time in a month from her home in south-west London.

Richmond Police tweeted out a missing person’s appeal for the 14-year-old from Twickenham today (Wednesday May 11).

Sign up to our LondonWorld Today newsletter

New appeal for missing teenager Clementine Reardon

“Clementine, aged 14, is known to frequent the Twickenham, Ealing and Acton area,” said police.

Celebrities including singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor, actress Georgia Tennant, podcaster Deborah Frances-White and broadcaster James O’Brien shared the appeal to find her.

Her parents Graeme and Lysta Reardon, who own Studio 17 Pilates, in Chiswick, posted an appeal on Facebook.

Photos of Clementine Reardon, 14. Credit: Met Police/Family Handout

“Some of you may have seen Richmond police’s announcement that Clementine is missing again,” they wrote.

“As you can imagine we are devastated and very concerned.

“She is only 14 and should be with us, her family who love her.

“The police have told us we cannot give any more details other than to say please please call in any sightings to 101:22MIS014911

“We hugely appreciate your support during this difficult time.”

If anyone sees Clementine please call police on 101 with the reference 22MIS014911.