Missing girl now found following police appeal

PUBLISHED: 08:27 15 October 2017 | UPDATED: 11:47 15 October 2017

Charlie Sena has gone missing. Picture: Herts Police

Charlie Sena has gone missing. Picture: Herts Police


Police have thanked the Herts Advertiser and the public for sharing an appeal to help find a missing teenager.

Charlie Sena went missing from Chiswell Green at 1am this morning (Sunday, October 15).

At about 11.30am, Herts Police stated: “Missing teenager Charlie Sena has been found safe and well.

“We’d like to thank the media and public for their help in sharing our appeal.”

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