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Missing Faye Fellows found safe and well

Police searching for a teenage girl who had been missing from her home for four days, have found her safe and well.

Faye Fellows, 14, has been found safe and well at an address in Stone... Credit: West Midlands Police

Faye Fellows, from Brierley Hill, was found at an address in Stone, Staffordshire, this morning.

She had last been seen on Saturday (January 18th) when she left her home on Lancaster Road to meet a friend.

Missing Faye Fellows believed to be in Stone

Faye Fellows, from Brierley Hill, is believed to have travelled to Stone, Staffordshire. Credit: West Midlands Police

Police are searching for a teenage girl who has been missing from her home for four days.

Faye Fellows, from Brierley Hill, is believed to have travelled to Stone, Staffordshire.

DC Nick Slym, from Dudley Police, said:

“Faye has been missing before but not for this length of time, we are anxious to know that she is safe and well and would ask for anyone who knows where she is to call us.”

Concerns grow over missing girl from Dudley

Faye Fellows, 14, was last seen on Saturday at her home Credit: West Midlands Police

Police are searching for a teenage girl from Brierley Hill, Dudley, who has been missing for four days.

Faye Fellows, 14, was last seen on Saturday (18 January) when she left her home on Lancaster Road to meet a friend.

She is described as white, five foot four inches tall with long brown hair.

Police believe she could have travelled to Stone in Staffordshire.

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Man charged over Quarry Bank crash

A man has been charged with manslaughter after a crash in Quarry Bank on Tuesday that left a man dead.

The 26-year-old died after being involved in a collision with a lorry on Thorns Road just after 3:30pm.

A 27-year-old man from Brierley Hill will appear at Wolverhampton Magistrates Court tomorrow.

A 21-year-old man who was arrested on Wednesday has been released without charge.

Luke Walker to return home tonight

Luke Walker from Brierley Hill Credit: ITV News Central

A man convicted of killing his girlfriend on the holiday island of Crete three years ago, is returning to the Black Country tonight.

Luke Walker from Brierley Hill was found guilty of GBH leading to death after Chelsea Hyndman died on May 17, 2010. He is appealing his conviction.

Family to pay bail money for man convicted of killing in Crete

Luke Walker from Brierley Hill convicted of killing his girlfriend in Crete

The family of Luke Walker from Brierley Hill, convicted of killing his girlfriend in Crete, say they will pay his bail money by next week.

The £8,000 payment means he can return to England to prepare for his retrial at the appeal court. He was initially charged with murder, it was reduced to GBH leading to death.

Man convicted of killing girlfriend fights to clear name

A 25-year-old man from the Black Country is vowing to clear his name after being convicted of killing his girlfriend in Crete three years ago. Luke Walker has been given an eight-year suspended sentence.

He was initially charged with murdering Chelsea Hyndman, but that was downgraded to grievous bodily harm. He spoke exclusively to our reporter Rajiv Popat in Greece after the trial, and said he is the victim of a miscarriage of justice.

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