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Missing girl found safe and well

Tessa Stephens
Tessa Stephens had been missing since 1 April

A 14-year-old girl who went missing from her home in Oxfordshire for a week has been found safe and well.

Tessa Stephens, from Banbury, had not been seen since 1 April. Police carried out searches in the Banbury and Kineton areas.

There were two reported sightings of the teenager, who has pink train track braces on her teeth and walks with a limp.

Tessa was found at about 2230 GMT on Tuesday.



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