A Hertfordshire woman snatched by pirates from an east African island flew back to Britain on Friday night after being released from captivity. Judith Tebbutt from Bishop's Stortford had been held hostage for more than six months after she was kidnapped off the Kenyan coast.
Mrs Tebbutt arrived at Heathrow's Terminal Three at 6.40pm, on a Virgin flight from Nairobi.After landing, Mrs Tebbutt, 57, was taken by uniformed officials to a secure area in Terminal Five. She was driven away in an unmarked police convoy at 7.40pm without speaking to reporters at the airport.
Colleagues of released hostage Judith Tebbutt from Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, say they are "delighted" to hear news of her release.
Judith Tebbutt from Bishop's Stortford in Hertfordshire is finally on her way home.
Judith Tebbutt from Bishop's Stortford in Hertfordshire has been freed seven months after she was kidnapped from a beach in Kenya.