Missing teenage girls found safe and well

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The Metropolitan Police said two missing teenage girls have been found (Andrew Matthews/PA Wire) (PA Archive)
The Metropolitan Police said two missing teenage girls have been found (Andrew Matthews/PA Wire) (PA Archive)

Two teenage girls who were the subject of a police appeal after they went missing from their homes almost a week ago have been found safe and well.

The Metropolitan Police said one of the teenagers was last seen on Friday October 1 at her home in Canterbury while the other was last seen on Sunday in Harrow, west London.

They were found at an address in Scotland on Thursday, the force said, adding: “They are safe and well and are being supported by specialist officers.”

A 54-year-old man arrested on Tuesday has been charged in connection with the case and a 20-year-old man held at a separate address in Scotland on Thursday remains in custody at a Police Scotland facility.

Detectives from the Met’s North West Command Unit are investigating.

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