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Where is Marnie Clayton? Police 'concerned' after Bracknell teen, 18, goes missing

Police have grown 'increasingly concerned' after an 18-year-old woman, Marnie Clayton, went missing after going to a nightclub
Marnie Clayton from Bracknell was last seen alive when she left Atik in William Street, Windsor (@ThamesVP/Twitter)
Marnie Clayton from Bracknell was last seen alive when she left Atik in William Street, Windsor (@ThamesVP/Twitter)

Police have grown 'increasingly concerned' after an 18-year-old woman went missing after going to a nightclub. Marnie Clayton from Bracknell was last seen alive when she left Atik in William Street, Windsor. Her family reported her missing after she failed to return home. Her disappearance has been described as 'out of character' by Det Ch Insp Jon Groenen of Thames Valley Police.

Police said that they are growing 'increasingly concerned for her welfare'. "I would appeal to anybody who knows of Marnie's whereabouts to please call us on 101, quoting reference number 43220021633," said Det Ch Insp Groenen. "If you see her, please contact us on 999."


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Groenen added, "I would also like to appeal directly to Marnie, if you see this appeal, please contact your family or the police to let us know you are safe and where you are." Clayton has been described as white, about 5ft 2 inches to 5ft 4 inches tall, with brown hair and a slim build. She reportedly frequents Reading town center.


Thames Valley Police took to Twitter to urge anyone with information on Clayton to come forward. "Have you seen Marnie Clayton, aged 18, from Bracknell, who has been reported missing?" the tweet reads. "She was last seen leaving the Atik night club in Windsor at 2am this morning. (Call) 999 if you see her or 101 if you know where she is quoting 43220021633."


Brian Evans, who identified Clayton as his great-niece, also took to social media to ask the public to retweet the news of her disappearance. "Please retweet. This is my great niece," Bryan Evans wrote. Jude McEwan, a friend of one of Clayton's parents, also took to Facebook to ask people to spread the word about her disappearance. "STILL NOT FOUND please share as much as possible This is my friend’s daughter, please keep your eyes and ears open. From TVP……….We are very grateful for all the information being provided here, but if you have anything to report, no matter now insignificant you think the information may be, please call 101, quoting reference number 43220021633. Thank you, and please continue to share our appeal. Kieren. C6373," Jude McEwan wrote.



Several social media users have been circulating details about Clayton and her disappearance in an attempt to ensure she is found safe. "This is really worrying - Bracknell woman Marnie Clayton hasn’t been seen since she left Atik nightclub in Windsor at 2am. Keeping everything crossed she is found safe and well soon. Anyone with information should please contact," one user wrote. "Hoping Marnie will return safe and well to her loved ones. Last seen in #Windsor at the Atik nightclub," shared another user. Another said. "Teen vanishes shortly after leaving a club at 2am this morning, not far from Windsor Castle. This is happening too frequently now. Praying she’s found and is safe".