Missing Georgia Williams

Georgia Williams, 17, from Wellington in Shropshire has not been seen since Sunday.

Police granted more time to question suspect

Police have been granted more time to question a 22-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder following the disappearance of teenager Georgia Williams.

Jamie Reynolds was arrested at a Glasgow city centre hotel early on Wednesday and is now in custody in Telford.

The warrant was granted for a 36-hour period which expires at 6.30 tomorrow morning.

Search for missing teenager continues as kidnap fears remain

Georgia Williams was last seen by her family on Sunday evening Credit: Family photo

The search continues today for a 17-year-old girl from Shropshire who police fear has been kidnapped.

Georgia Williams was last seen leaving her home in Wellington on Sunday evening.

A man has been arrested in connection with her disappearance. Her friends are appealing for her to come home.

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Police fear teen has been kidnapped, full report

Police say they fear a 17-year-old girl from Shropshire who has not been seen since Sunday, has been kidnapped.

Georgia Williams is described as very bright, a head girl at her old school. Her disappearance has been described as "completely out of character".

Officers in Scotland have arrested a man in connection with the investigation. Charlotte Grant has this report.

Missing teen: Police working to understand last Tweet

Police say they are working with the siblings of missing teenager Georgia Williams to try and understand what the last Tweet she sent may have meant.

The message on Twitter was sent on the 26th May at 10.30am just nine hours before she went missing. In the message she wrote that she had 'stuff on her mind' and could not sleep.

The 17-year-old former Head Girl has two sisters, both of which are currently working with police to try and understand what may have been preoccupying her when she posted the message.

Friend of missing teen: 'She wouldn't just go like that'

The friend of missing teenager Georgia Williams has described the 17-year-old as "always happy and very popular".

Katy Lafferty, also 17, said the disappearance of Georgia is out of character saying she "isn't that type of person".

The friend went on to say "whenever she goes out she tells her mum and dad, she tells them where she's going, what she's doing, so she wouldn't just go like that".

Man arrested over missing Georgia 'not her boyfriend'

Police say a 22-year-old man arrested in connection with the disappearance of Georgia Williams is 'known to her'.

Superintendent Nav Malik from West Mercia Police said the man currently in custody was "a friend" of Georgia's but added he was not her boyfriend.

Georgia, 17, had been due to attend a music concert with her boyfriend this week, and she also missed her first driving lesson, said Mr Malik.

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Police to missing teen: 'You're not in trouble'

Superintendent Nav Malik, one of the senior officers on the case, said: "We are gravely concerned about [Georgia's] disappearance and her parents are naturally very distressed."

He described Georgia, from Wellington, as a "vulnerable" person who was "bright" and for whom the disappearance was "completely out of character".

Mr Malik also confirmed Georgia's father is a serving West Mercia Police detective constable, based at Telford.

Police searching for missing girl want to know about movements of vehicle

Police want to know about the movements of this vehicle Credit: ITV News

Police searching for missing 17-year-old Georgia Williams from Shropshire say they want to know about the movements of a silver Toyota Hiace 300 GS van (registration: CX06 ASV).

Police have confirmed the vehicle travelled from Wellington to Oswestry, Shropshire, before travelling to Rhyll, Chester, Cumbria and then onto Glasgow.

The vehicle has now been located.

Police looking at missing Shropshire girl's Twitter

West Mercia Police have confirmed Georgia Williams' Twitter account has been checked as part of their investigation.

On Sunday evening, the 17-year-old wrote on the site that she had "stuff on [her] mind".

Superintendent Nav Malik said they were speaking to Georgia's family to try and understand its meaning.

"We are aware of that tweet, we're not sure of the significance of it, it would be nice to know.

"We're doing some work with [Georgia's] siblings to try and understand what may have been preoccupying her mind."

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