Missing 14-year-old girl found safe

Image above: Clementine Reardon

A 14-year-old girl from Twickenham who went missing last week has been found “safe and well”, the Met Police have said.

Clementine Reardon was reported as missing on Thursday 21 April and was last seen near Acton Central station at 3.00pm. She left home without her mobile or money.

A number of appeals for information were issued by her worried family and by police on social media, who were becoming increasingly concerned for her welfare.

Her father Graeme urged anyone with knowledge of her whereabouts to come forward, writing on Facebook: “We are very worried about her and need her home.”

He said: “We are eternally grateful for everyone’s help.”

Chiswick celebrities helped publicise the search, including friends of the family Georgia Tennant and singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor, who tweeted:

“This is a friend’s daughter so please let the police know if you see Clementine.”

Richmond Police thanked the public for spreading the word.

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