June 29, 2001 12:47


15-year-old Danielle Jones is a huge fan of the band - and police hope the message will help locate the girl, who has been missing for 11 days...

STEPS are to make an appeal to help find missing schoolgirl DANIELLE JONES.

The 15-year-old is a huge fan of the band and police are hoping the message will help locate the Essex teenager.

Danielle has been missing for 11 days after leaving home to catch the school bus.

Essex police assistant chief constable John Broughton said: "We are very grateful to Steps for their support and we hope that their appeal will bring a response from Danielle or someone who knows of her whereabouts."

According to ananova.com, police have arranged for Steps to film the plea in London.

A spokesperson for the act could not reached for comment this morning.

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