An Amber Alert has been issued for an 11-year-old girl who has been missing for ten days.
Laine-Ella Hyland, from the Gold Coast, hasn’t been heard from since she was last seen at an address in Southport on August 24.
The alert was issued on Thursday afternoon and police are seeking ‘urgent community assistance’ to help locate the missing girl.
An Amber Alert was issued for Laine-Ella Hyland (pictured), 11, from the Gold Coast, on Thursday afternoon after she hadn’t been seen or heard from in ten days
Queensland Police say they hold ‘serious concerns’ about her welfare.
The 11-year-old was reported as missing after she was seen leaving her Main Beach home at 8.30pm on August 18.
A white Mercedes Benz was observed near the home but is not confirmed to be connected.
Laine-Ella is Caucasian, slim and about 150cm tall with shoulder-length blonde hair and blue eyes.
She was last seen wearing a grey hoodie and black shorts.
The 11-year-old could also be carrying a second hoodie which is pink.
Laine-Ella is known to visit Burleigh Hill, Keebra Park and the Southport Pony Club.
Anyone who has seen Laine-Ella or has further information has been urged to contact Queensland Police.
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