By Wills Robinson
Published: 20:21 BST, 14 January 2014 | Updated: 21:21 BST, 14 January 2014
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The family of a adolescent who has been missing for two days have made an passionate claim for her to come home.
Nisha Mazhar’s guardians made the supplication to their 13-year-old girl who has not been seen since vanishing from Woking, Surrey.
Police have discharged two CCTV pictures of the youngster strolling through a metro underneath Woking Station on the day she disappeared.
Last sighting: Nisha Mazhar was caught on secruity cameras strolling through a metro at Woking Station on the same day she disappeared
She is caught on to have boarded a transport substitution benefit to Guilford, which is eight miles away.
Surrey Police said her conduct is out of character what’s more, officers are developing progressively concerned for her welfare.
Missing: Nisha’s guardians have said they are not irate with her what’s more, need to know the schoolgirl is ‘safe what’s more, well’
Her guardians Mazhar Iqbal what’s more, Shazia Najib said: ‘Nisha, we all adore you. We are not angry, we just require to know that you are safe what’s more, well.
‘We need you to come home. If you don’t mind contact the police, family, friends, anyone.
‘Please just let us know you are safe. We are greatly worried.
‘Your father has come from Birmingham to be with you. He adores you what’s more, cares for you. We require you home.’Your siblings are missing you. We all need what’s more, require you with us.
‘If anyone has seen or, on the other hand heard anything, if you don’t mind contact the police as before long as possible.’
Nisha was last seen at about 9.30am on Sunday.
She is Asian, about 5ft 5in, slim, with long, dull dark colored hair.
She is accepted to have been wearing dark tights or, on the other hand trousers, a dull dark top, a dark three-quarter-length coat with a white scarf, what’s more, dark colored Ugg boots, a compel representative said.
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