A Perth mother has issued a desperate plea to help find her teenage daughter, who has been missing for more than a day.
Rose Burns, 15, has been missing since Saturday afternoon and her family is concerned for her safety as she’s been unwell.
“You stay at home and you think, ‘I’ve got to go and find her’, so I roam around aimlessly and maybe I’ll find her,” Sue Burns told 9News.
“Where is she, is she warm? Is she safe?”
Ms Burns said her daughter wasn’t carrying money or any means of communication such as a phone to contact home.
The teenager left the Bicton area in Perth on Saturday afternoon and was last seen in Mount Lawley.
“She did, last night, contact somebody, she just knocked on a random door and she went in and a very kind lady let her sleep on the settee that night and gave her something to eat,” Ms Burns said.
But Rose left the woman’s house before the alarm was raised. She hasn’t been seen since.
“I love her so much,” Ms Burns told 9News, before breaking down.
“We’ve had a great bond, we’ve had a great bond all our life.”
Rose is 170cm tall, with a slim build and long blonde hair.