Police Scotland have found missing 14-year-old Deonne McAusland and report that she is safe and well.
Deonne was last seen around 9.15am on Wednesday 25th November outside her home address in Paisley.
Police Scotland thanked the public for their support via their Facebook page.
Police are seeking the assistance of the public in trying to locate a 14 year-old girl missing from Paisley.
Deonne McAusland, 14 was last seen around 9.15am on Wednesday 25th November 2015 outside her home address in Stanley Road in Paisley, believed to be heading to nearby Glenniffer High School, Amochrie Road, Paisley.
She is described as white, approximately 5ft 2 in height, is of slim build and has very long brown hair.
She was last seen she was wearing school uniform; a black skirt, black tights, black shoes, white shirt, a khaki jacket and was carrying a black handbag.
Inspector Jim Cast, Paisley Police Office, is appealing for any information on her whereabouts. He said today: “Although Deonne has been missing on a number of occasions before, she is only 14 years old. We need to know she is safe and well and as she has not been in touch with family or friends since this morning, we are growing increasingly concerned for her safety.
“It is thought she may be in the company of another girl – possibly slightly older than her – but this has still to be confirmed. She tends to go into Glasgow City Centre, Paisley Town Centre or Pollok in Glasgow when she heads out.
“Extensive police enquiries are ongoing to trace her. Officers are checking CCTV and speaking to her friends and family, as well as carrying out searches to find Deonne, but have so far been unsuccessful. I would ask anyone with information on her whereabouts to contact Police Scotland on 101.”