University student Isabel Gayther, 21, has been found 'safe and well' after she went missing on Christmas Eve.
Police in Lewisham were appealing for the public's help to trace a missing university student.
Isabel Gayther, 21, was located at an address in north London on Thursday, December 29.
Officers have seen and spoken with Isabel and are satisfied that she is safe and well.
We thank the media and the public for their assistance with this appeal.
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Police in Lewisham continue to investigate after a Goldsmiths University student was reported missing.
Isabel Gayther, 21, resides in halls of residence on Goodwood Road, New Cross and was due at her family's home in Oxford on Christmas Day.
She did not arrive, and has not been seen since around 11.30pm on Christmas Eve.
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The Metropolitan Police has launched an investigation after a 13-year-old girl died in crash, involving a car that was being chased by police.
Just before 6.30pm last night, a Peugeot 308 - which was being pursued by a marked police car - collided with a Volkswagen Polo.
The teenager, who had been sitting in the back of the Volkswagen, died at the scene from her injuries.
Her parents and brother, who were also in the car, have been taken to hospital - but their injuries are not thought to be serious.
The driver of the Peugeot has been arrested.
Commander Tony Eastaugh said: "An innocent family are now dealing with the tragic loss of a loved one.
"The Metropolitan Police has begun a thorough investigation into the circumstances of this terrible incident.
"The thoughts of our staff and officers are with the family at this time."