Help needed to find missing girls

Lismore Police are calling for public help after two teenage girls were reported missing from the Lismore area this week.

Fourteen-year-old Georgina Jennifer Schulz (pictured right) from Martin Road, Larnook, was last seen by family around 6.30am on Sunday morning. She has her hair dyed red.

Ebony Kate Woodley, 13, of Goonellabah, was last seen by her father around 12.15pm on Sunday near Lismore Shopping Square. At the time Ebony was wearing a short denim skirt, black top with a hood and the words Paul Frank written on one sleeve. She last made contact with her family by phone at about 11pm on Sunday night. Police have serious concerns for the welfare of both girls, who they believe may be travelling together. Anyone with information on their whereabouts should immediately contact Lismore Police on 6623 1523 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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