Missing Olivia, 14, and Alfie, 13, Cromwell

Brother and sister missing after being sent to separate foster homes

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Brother and sister missing after being sent to separate foster homes
26th May 2014

A teenage brother and sister have gone missing after being sent to separate foster care homes. 

Police are concerned for the welfare of Olivia Cromwell, 14, and Alfie Cromwell, 13, who had until recently been living in the Barnet area. 

The siblings were separated and sent to live at different addresses in Ipswich and Clacton-on-Sea on May 22 and 23. 

Both went missing a short time after arriving at their new addresses. It is thought that they may be together and may return to the Barnet area.

Olivia is white, 5 feet 2 inches tall, slim and with shoulder length light fair/highlighted hair. Alfie is white, 5 feet tall, with short, fair hair. 

Anyone who may have seen either child is asked to call police on 101 and ask for Barnet Missing Person Unit.

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