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Frantic hunt for missing girl, 12, in Kilcoy, Queensland

A frantic search is underway for a 12-year-old girl who went missing on Thursday morning while wearing her school uniform.   

Queensland Police issued an amber alert for the girl who went missing from Kennedy Street in Kilcoy, in south east Queensland at 8.30am.

Authorities hold grave fears for her well-being and believe she may be at ‘significant risk’.

She was last seen wearing a Kilcoy State High School uniform which consists of a maroon and white polo shirt and dark blue coloured shorts. 

Queensland Police hold grave concerns for the girl (pictured) who went missing from Kennedy Street in Kilcoy, in south east Queensland at 8.30am Thursday

Queensland Police hold grave concerns for the girl (pictured) who went missing from Kennedy Street in Kilcoy, in south east Queensland at 8.30am Thursday 

The girl is described as Caucasian in appearance, 155cms tall, with brown hair, is of a medium build and has a fair complexion. 

She also had a black jumper and was carrying a black with pink backpack.

Extensive searches of the surrounding areas failed to find any sign of the girl and she has not contacted family or friends.

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