Desperate search for 15-year-old girl who disappeared without a trace from a Sydney bus stop
- Sarah Lever was last seen at a bus stop in Glenwood at 5:30pm on Wednesday
- 15-year-old girl lives with autism and her disappearance doesn’t suit her character
- She is about 170cm tall, has light skin tone, blue eyes and short brown hair
A desperate search is underway to find a teenage girl who has disappeared from a bus stop in Sydney’s northwest.
Sarah Lever, 15, was last seen at a bus stop on Glenwood Park Drive near the intersection of Meurants Lane, Glenwood, around 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday.
When she could not be found, loved ones contacted the police.
Police and family are deeply concerned for Sarah’s well-being, as she lives with autism and her disappearance does not suit her.
Police are enlisting the public’s help to locate Sarah Lever, who disappeared from a bus stop in Sydney’s northwest around 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday.
Sarah is described as white, about 170 cm tall, of medium build, with light skin, blue eyes and short brown hair.
She has five piercings in each ear and two on the right side of her nose.
Sarah was last seen wearing faded light blue jeans with large holes at the knee and a gray long sleeve midriff jumper.
Sarah is possible in La Perouse and surrounding areas.
Anyone with information on Sarah’s whereabouts is urged to contact Riverstone Police or Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000.
She was last seen at a bus stop on Glenwood Park Drive at the intersection of Meurants Lane, in Glenwood (pictured)