- Seesha Dack last seen at Fish Quay in North Shields, North Tyneside, on Sunday
- The 15-year-old was separated from two friends after being seen in Saville Street
- The North Shields teen was last seen wearing black leggings and a green jacket
Police have launched a joint helicopter and boat search for a 'bubbly and outgoing' 15-year-old who has not seen for two days.
Seesha Dack vanished while out seeing friends at Fish Quay, in North Shields, North Tyneside, on Sunday evening.
Police have launched a search for the missing teenager and have today been seen scouring a disused warehouse near to where she went missing.
A boat is also being used to search the River Tyne, while a helicopter has been seen circling above the area, as part of the missing persons case.
Meanwhile, Seesha's mother Victoria Dack, 33, is also appealing for help to get her 'baby girl home safe'.
She said: 'Seesha is a confident, outgoing, happy, bubbly girl. She means the world to us.
'We just want her home safe. I call her my baby girl. If she is reading this I want to let her know I love her and I miss her.
'You're not in any trouble, I just want you home.'
Victoria, of North Shields, says her daughter was last seen at an area known as the 'quayside steps' leading to Howard Street, and then Saville Street, after becoming separated from two friends.
Seesha is described as white, 5'4inch in height and had been wearing black leggings and a khaki green jacket.
Police say officers are now growing increasingly concerned for her welfare and are appealing to the public for information.
Specialist search teams were this morning combing through a disused warehouse on an industrial estate on the Fish Quay.