Police are searching for a 16-year-old girl who has been missing for more than 24 hours.
The autistic teenager was first reported to Wiltshire Police on 3 June, where she was classified as ‘medium risk’. However, she is now classed as ‘high risk’.
Missing Bethany Dimino is believed to be in Swindon area, but could have travelled to Faringdon, Oxfordshire, or other parts of Wiltshire.
Worried mother, Vicki Dimino said: “She has been missing since Friday, and was last seen with the girl in the picture (see below) wearing the bandanna.
“Bethany is extremely vulnerable and is autistic. She is believed to be in danger.”
She’s described as 5’1″ tall, with black hair and blue eyes. She has a lip and nose piercing. Bethany was last seen wearing dark blue jeans, black trainers, a blue t-shirt with ‘Ellesse’ written on it, and a black zip-up hoodie.
Wiltshire Police ask anyone that knows her whereabouts to call 999 immediately, or contact the force on 101 if you have any information which could help.