A teenager who had been missing from her home in Sutton Coldfield for over a week has been found safe and well, according to West Midlands Police.
Kayleigh Butler had been missing since Sunday 26 July but has now been found.
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Police are growing increasingly concerned for a teenager who has been missing from her home in Sutton Coldfield for almost a week.
16-year-old Kayleigh Butler was last seen early on Sunday afternoon, when she left her home on Westwood Road and told her family she was visiting friends.
She never came home, and police think she may have gone to Stourbridge or Herefordshire to see family. She was last seen wearing a baseball cap and a green coat with a fur hood.
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Two young women have been charged with wounding after a woman was punched in the toilets of a Sutton Coldfield nightclub.
Ellesse Strong, aged 21, and Kayleigh Procter, aged 20 - both from Castle Vale - were charged with wounding and bailed to appear before Birmingham Magistrates Court on 1 April.
They were arrested in February after police released CCTV images following the attack which took place in the toilets of Rumour in the early hours of Sunday 28 December.
A 21-year-old woman was punched in her face and suffered cuts and bruises resulting in two black eyes and severe swelling.