Marnie Clayton: Police search for missing teenager last seen at Windsor nightclub

The Independent published this video item, entitled “Marnie Clayton: Police search for missing teenager last seen at Windsor nightclub” – below is their description.

Police have released a selfie of missing teenager Marnie Clayton, taken at a Windsor nightclub before she disappeared.

Marnie Clayton, 18, was last seen leaving the Atik nightclub on William Street at around 2am on Sunday.

She did not return home and was reported missing by her family shortly before 3am.

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