Greater Manchester Police have confirmed an 11-year-old girl who went missing from Bolton has been found safe and well.
Officers say Fatuma Kadir was found in London earlier today and officers are now working to reunite her with her parents.
Detective Chief Inspector Paul Rollinson said: "We are delighted to confirm that Fatuma Kadir has been found safe and well.
Fatuma was last seen by her parents at her home in Bolton, but she left without their knowledge around 7.30pm on July 22.
In a statement read by police, her parents Asheem and Misra had said they were in a “state of shock” and had urged her to let them know she is safe.
After leaving her family home the school girl is next seen, with a man and a woman - believed to have been concerned for her welfare - boarding the 9.27pm train from Manchester Piccadilly to Birmingham New Street.
Once at Birmingham the school girl then got onto another train to London Euston at 11.10pm, arriving at 1.13am on 23 July.
She was last seen at London Euston train station at 1.17am alone heading onto Eversholt Street towards Euston Road.