Camilia Lupu, a 14-year-old girl feared to have run away from home with a 37-year-old man, has been found safe and well in Spain, Greater Manchester Police
A statement said Lupu, a Romanian who had been living with her family in Oldham until her disappearance, had handed herself into police in the Almerian province of Spain yesterday.
Alin Coman - a fellow Romanian 23 years her senior, with whom she was believed to have been travelling - is still being sought, police said.
Police said Lupu's decision to hand herself in was a "direct result" of media coverage of an appeal by her parents, who on Friday urged her to "come back home".
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Spain's ruling party has received a bloody nose in the country's regional and local elections as voters responded to four harsh years of spending cuts.
The People's Party returned its worst results for more than 20 years as new parties rose to shake up the status quo.
New parties - market-friendly Ciudadanos, and anti-austerity Podemos - combined to punish prime minister Mariano Rajoy.
Even though PP won the most votes, it fell short of absolute majorities in most areas, and it and its traditional Socialist rivals will now have to negotiate coalitions in 13 of Spain's 17 regions.