Megan parents' torment over missing schoolgirl


The parents of missing schoolgirl Megan Stammers have said that they are "extremely worried" about her and appealed to their daughter to get in touch.

The 15-year-old is believed to have travelled to France with maths teacher Jeremy Forrest, 30, on Friday. Return tickets for Sunday were booked but not used.

Megan's mother Danielle Wilson described her daughter as "home girl" who did not like to be away from her family.

Her stepfather Martin Stammers said that she liked to be in "a fantasy world, a little bubble" and expressed his concern that she was now outside of that.

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