Missing Bedfordshire teenager found safe and well

PUBLISHED: 16:28 19 October 2018 | UPDATED: 16:28 19 October 2018

Elisha Crimmins has been found safe and well. Picture: Bedfordshire Police

Elisha Crimmins has been found safe and well. Picture: Bedfordshire Police

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A teenage girl from Bedfordshire has been found this afternoon nearly three weeks after she went missing.

Elisha Crimmins, 14, went missing from her home on September 29.

She was spotted at Kingston Railway Station in south-west London on October 4 before being found today.

Bedfordshire police thanked the public for their help in tracing her.

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