Missing St Albans girl found safe and well

PUBLISHED: 11:10 15 November 2017 | UPDATED: 11:10 15 November 2017

Grace Power has been missing since Monday, October 30

Grace Power has been missing since Monday, October 30


A St Albans girl missing for two weeks has been found safe and well.

Grace Power, 16, was last seen at home in the north of the city at about 4pm on October 30 - she is white and slim, with long dyed black hair.

She had links to Cheshunt and Harlow in Essex and police officers were becoming increasingly worried about her welfare.

The teenager had previously gone missing last month from an address in New Southgate, London, but was found several days later in Waltham Cross.

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