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Mother 'so happy' after missing teenager found

Lorna Vickerage's mother said she is "so happy" her daughter is safe and well after the missing teen was found in London.

Christine Vickerage wrote on Facebook, "My gawgess Lorna has just been found I am so happy".

Police will continue to question John Bush, 35, who was arrested yesterday at Euston station when he was found with the missing 14 year old after being on the run for five days.

Lorna Vickerage expected in Doncaster in next 24 hours

Detective Chief Inspector Craig Robinson, of South Yorkshire Police, has told the media he hopes that 14-year-old Lorna Vickerage will be returning to Doncaster late tonight or tomorrow after she was found in London this afternoon.

Detective Chief Inspector Craig Robinson appealing for information yesterday. Credit: Press Association

Det Chief Insp Robinson clarified the 14-year-old had been found by plain clothes officers at Euston train station following a "fast-moving" investigation.

The force were alerted the pair were in London when they attempted to check into two hotels in the city.

John Bush, 35, is being held at a London police station after being arrested on suspicion of child abduction.


Police: Missing teenager Lorna is 'safe and well'

Detective Chief Inspector Craig Robinson, of South Yorkshire Police, has confirmed that missing teen Lorna Vickerage has been found in London and John Bush has been arrested on suspicion of child abduction.

DCI Robinson said officers had followed a trail from Watford to London today, adding that both Lorna and Bush are "safe and well" and Lorna's family had been informed.


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Missing Doncaster teenager: sightings in Leicestershire

Police have received reports of sightings of a missing 14-year-old girl and 35-year-old John Bush in Leicestershire.

They were reported yesterday evening. Detectives believe the pair may have travelled to Melton Mowbray train station.

It's not yet known whether they boarded a train.

It is believed they were staying in accommodation in the Sproxton area.

The silver Ford Mondeo they were thought to be travelling in was recovered at around 6.40pm yesterday after being found in Sproxton. The car and accommodation are now being forensically examined.

Yesterday, police arrested a 35-year-old man from Askern, Doncaster on suspicion of child abduction and he remains in custody this morning.

Anyone with any information on their whereabouts is urged to call South Yorkshire Police on 101 quoting incident 609 of 10 June 2013.

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