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Police are scouring bushland following the disappearance of a young Sydney woman who arranged to meet two men she befriended on Facebook.
Nona Belomesoff, 18, has not been seen since she left her family's home in Cecil Hills, western Sydney, on Wednesday.
She had arranged to meet the two men at about 10am (AEST) at Leumeah railway station and planned to return home on Thursday morning after a night camping.
Ms Belomesoff's family and friends have not heard from her since, and her mobile phone is switched off.
"She's a good girl, she doesn't go out often. She's more of a home girl," her brother Gary Belomesoff said during a public appeal for information on Friday.
"We will just hope for the best, I guess."
Police have spoken with one of the men the teenager arranged to meet through the social networking site but they say he was unable to shed any light on her disappearance.
The second man is yet to speak with investigators.
Police displayed Ms Belomesoff's photograph at train stations in Sydney's southwest on Friday.
The former Canley Vale High School student is believed to have caught a bus from her home to Liverpool Station before getting a train to Leumeah.
Searches of nearby bushland are being conducted by police, who admit they hold "serious concerns for her welfare".
"Nona is from a good family and it's very much out of character that she hasn't come back to her family home," Superintendent Gary Worboys told reporters on Friday.
"We're certainly concerned and would really look forward to (hearing from) anyone who has come in contact with Nona since Wednesday morning about 9am when she left her home."
Ms Belomesoff is described as being of Mediterranean/Middle Eastern appearance.
She has a solid build and is 152cm tall with brown shoulder-length hair and green eyes.
When last seen she was wearing a white shirt and carrying a small bag.
Any information about Ms Belomesoff's whereabouts or disappearance should be reported to police by calling Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.