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Romford woman Lauren Argent found safe and well

10:18 30 December 2015

Lauren Argent. Picture: Met Police

Lauren Argent. Picture: Met Police

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Missing Romford woman Lauren Argent has been found safe and well this afternoon after being missing for two days.

Police were growing increasingly worried about the safety of the 27-year-old who was last seen by her family as she left to meet her new boyfriend in Gants Hill.

2 comments

  • Really? 2 days? Does she still livery with her parents or something? I don't think anyone should be reported missing unless they are under 18. :lol:

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    Barry Pressland

    Thursday, December 31, 2015

  • We are pleased to inform your readers that Lauren was found safe and well this afternoon and is now back with her family. We thank them for all their calls and shares.

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    Romford Missing Persons

    Wednesday, December 30, 2015

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