Missing north Cumbria girl found safe and well
Last updated at 08:17, Tuesday, 12 August 2014
A teenage girl who had not been seen for six days has been found safe and well.
Amy Straughn, aged 17, from Penrith, went missing at about midnight on Tuesday last week. She was found at 11.50pm yesterday.
It is not known where she was found.
It was believed she was heading to the Barrow area to see a friend.
Police issued an appeal saying they were concerned for her welfare and urged anyone who had seen her or knew where she was to contact them.
First published at 13:14, Monday, 11 August 2014
Published by http://www.newsandstar.co.uk
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