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Urgent Search For Missing 18-Year-Old Marnie Clayton Continues

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Police are appealing for the public’s help in tracking down 18-year-old Marnie Clayton, who was last seen leaving a nightclub this weekend. 

Clayton left Atik nightclub on William Street, Windsor at around 2.00am on Sunday morning, January 16, but did not return home.

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Her family reported her missing at just before 3.00am, with Detective Chief Inspector Jon Groenen of Thames Valley Police saying the disappearance was ‘out of character for Marnie’.

Atik nightclub (Atik Windsor/Facebook)Atik Windsor/Facebook

Groenen said police are ‘becoming increasingly concerned for her welfare’ as she has now been missing for more than 24 hours. Thames Valley Police has released images of Clayton in a bid to find people who may recognise the teenager, who can be seen smiling and posing in a fitted grey dress.

Police explained she was ‘wearing [the] grey-coloured dress’ at the time of her disappearance, adding that she is a white female, approximately 5ft 2ins to 5ft 4ins tall with brown hair and a slim build. Clayton, from Bracknell, is also known to frequent Reading town centre.

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Groenen has appealed to ‘anybody who knows of Marnie’s whereabouts’, urging anyone with information to call police on 101, quoting reference number 43220021633.

He added: ‘If you see her, please contact us on 999. I would also like to appeal directly to Marnie, if you see this appeal, please contact your family or the police to let us know you are safe and where you are.’

In a post shared on Facebook today, January 17, staff from Atik nightclub said they are ‘really concerned’ about the disappearance of Clayton and assured they ‘have been working with the police all weekend on their investigation, and will continue to do so.’

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They added: ‘We join everyone in hoping she is found safe and well.’

Posts about Clayton have been shared by dozens of social media users, with a man who said he was Clayton’s great uncle thanking those who have helped spread the story and offered their well wishes.

Another social media user wrote: ‘Could anyone share this, it’s my work colleagues daughter and I’m hoping to spread this to different towns please.’

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On its website, Atik dubs Saturday nights as its ‘Boujee’ night, describing it as ‘200 people packed into Two rooms hosted by @intheorious & @jonblower playing the best house, hip hop chart and party… boujee is the most exclusive night in Windsor, attracting people from all over the south of England.’

If you have any information relating to the whereabouts of Marnie Clayton call 101 quoting reference number 43220021633

If you have a story you want to tell, send it to UNILAD via [email protected]

Topics: News, missing, Now

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