UPDATE: Police search for two missing Harpenden teens

PUBLISHED: 11:37 06 March 2015 | UPDATED: 11:59 06 March 2015

Police are searching for T. Porter (L) and Chloe Hall (R)

Police are searching for T. Porter (L) and Chloe Hall (R)


Two teenage girls who were missing from Harpenden since Wednesday (4) have been found.

Friends Chloe Hall, 14, and T. Porter, 15, - whose first name cannot be revealed - were last seen leaving their homes in the town at around 8am.

The pair have since been found in the St Albans following a strong social media campaign.

There was a large outcry from the community following their disappearance. Chloe’s mum Julia said: “All of her friends are upset and missing her; they’re crying at school.”

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