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A 15-year-old schoolgirl who sparked a major missing person inquiry after disappearing for four days has been found safe and well, police said.
Billie Dickerson vanished in Woking, Surrey, on Monday, and prompted a large police search after failing to contact family and friends.
Surrey Police said she was found in the north London area at around 10.30am today. A police spokesman said: "The media and members of the public are thanked for their help in the search for Billie."
Surrey Police has released these images of Billie Dickerson. Anyone who may have seen Billie or has information on where she may be is asked to contact Surrey Police on 101.
Surrey Police says there was an unconfirmed sighting of missing schoolgirl Billie Dickerson near her school in Woking. However, there has been no firm sighting for three days.
Police have released CCTV images of a 15-year-old girl who vanished after leaving school in Surrey.
Billie Dickerson went missing from the Woking area on Monday, 6 January.
The first CCTV image of Billie shows her walking through the subway at Woking train station between Oriental Road and the town centre, around 5:50pm on Monday, 6 January. Another image shows her in the Peacocks shopping centre around 6:10pm.
Police say anyone who may have seen Billie or has information about where she may be should contact them on 101 quoting reference number 45140001365.
Surrey Police say they are growing increasingly concerned for the safety and welfare of Billie Dickerson. She is described as:
- White, 5ft 2in tall
- Slim build, with long brown hair
- Wearing a blue hooded top over her school uniform of black trousers, blazer and a white shirt
- She has links to the London and Hull areas
Anyone who may have seen Billie or has information on her whereabouts should contact Surrey Police on 101 quoting reference number 45140001365.
A 15-year-old girl has disappeared after failing to return home from school in Surrey. Billie Dickerson was last seen at around 2.30pm on Monday at Winston Churchill School in St Johns, Woking.