An amber alert has been released for an 11-year-old girl from Gold Coast who was missing for 10 days.
Laine-Ella Hyland left her home on August 18, at 8:30pm in Main Beach.
She was last seen August 24 at a Southport address.
Laine-Ella is slender, blond and about 150 cm tall.
She was last seen wearing a black shorts and a grey hoodie.
“Police hold serious concerns for her welfare,” the Queensland Police alert read on Thursday.
Police said they were asking for “urgent community assistance”.
They had previously asked for help finding Laine-Ella.
An August 24 warning revealed she had neither money nor a phone.
It also said that a white Mercedes-Benz was spotted near her address on Cronin Road, but it was not verified that it was related to her disappearance.
Laine-Ella has been known to frequent Burleigh Hill, Keebra Park and the Pony Club in Southport, police said.