Man arrested on suspicion of assault after missing Stevenage teenage girl found
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A man a missing Stevenage teenager was believed to be staying with has been arrested on suspicion of assault after she was found today.
Milli Archer, 17, went missing on Tuesday, April 21.
It was believed she was with a 26-year-old man who was wanted in connection with an assault on a woman in Stevenage on the same day.
Herts police launched an appeal last week to trace the pair.
The were both found today.
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The man has been bailed until Saturday, May 30.
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