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A missing Werribee teenager is believed to be travelling through or to Pakenham.

16-year-old girl Scarlett Saxon-Jones was last seen at her home in Werribee about 7.30am on Monday 21 May and hasn’t been in touch with family or friends since.

Police believe the missing youngster may be travelling on public transport from Werribee to Melbourne’s CBD, Bendigo, Traralgon, Pakenham or Warragul.

Scarlett is described as Caucasian in appearance, with hazel eyes, shoulder length brown hair and 170cm tall.

Police and family members hold concerns for Scarlett’s welfare due to her age and a medical condition that requires medication.

Investigators have released an image of Scarlett in the hope someone will recognise her.

Anyone who sights Scarlett or has information on her current whereabouts is urged to contact Werribee Police Station on 9742 9444.

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