Chilling final moments of a Gold Coast girl, 11, are revealed after an amber ...

Chilling video shows an 11-year-old girl's final moments after she vanished during an argument with her mum and an amber alert was issued over her disappearance  An Amber Alert was issued for a missing Gold Coast girl, 11, on Thursday  Laine-Ella left her home on August 18 after an argument with her mum   The 11-year-old was last spotted at friend's house in Southport on August 24  CCTV footage was released of her last confirmed sighting with two others      Queensland Police say Laine-Ella may be assisted by another family 

By Isabelle Stackpool For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 07:43 BST, 4 September 2020 | Updated: 09:00 BST, 4 September 2020

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An Amber Alert was issued for a missing 11-year-old girl before chilling footage revealed her final moments.  

Laine-Ella Hyland, from the Gold Coast, was reported missing after she left her Main Beach home 'because of a disagreement with her mother' on August 18. 

She hasn't been heard from since she reportedly visited a friend's house on August 24 and Queensland Police issued the urgent alert on Thursday.    

Police also released CCTV video of Laine-Ella's last confirmed sighting and called for 'urgent public assistance' in finding the missing girl.  

An Amber Alert was issued for Laine-Ella Hyland (pictured), 11, from the Gold Coast, on Thursday. She left her Main Beach home after an argument with her mum on August 18

An Amber Alert was issued for Laine-Ella Hyland (pictured), 11, from the Gold Coast, on Thursday. She left her Main Beach home after an argument with her mum on August 18

Queensland Police released chilling CCTV footage (pictured) of Laine-Ella's last confirmed sighting at Main Beach on August 18. She appeared to say goodbye to two girls

Queensland Police released chilling CCTV footage (pictured) of Laine-Ella's last confirmed sighting at Main Beach on August 18. She appeared to say goodbye to two girls 

The footage showed Laine-Ella, dressed in a grey hoodie, and two other girls walk out from a residence on Cronin Avenue on August 18. 

The two taller girls took turns hugging Laine-Ella before she walked down the stairs and out of view. 

Regional Crime Coordinator Detective Superintendent Brendan Smith said police were looking to speak with the girls

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