Stevenage 17-year-old found safe after three weeks missing

PUBLISHED: 07:03 26 July 2018 | UPDATED: 07:03 26 July 2018

Tess Groves-Knight, 17, has been found safe and well. Picture: Herts police

Tess Groves-Knight, 17, has been found safe and well. Picture: Herts police


A teenager from Stevenage who was missing for more than three weeks has been found safe and well in High Barnet, police confirmed last night.

Tess Groves-Knight had last been seen at home on Sunday, July 1, at around 4.30pm, and police had issued two public appeals for help finding the 17-year-old.

Officers confirmed shortly after 9pm last night that she had been found, and thanked everyone who helped to spread their appeals.

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