Missing teen Nichola McCreedy found in Romford

PUBLISHED: 11:01 11 September 2014 | UPDATED: 11:01 11 September 2014

Police were concerned for the safety of Nichola McCreedy. Picturee: Met Police

Police were concerned for the safety of Nichola McCreedy. Picturee: Met Police


Police who were searching for a “high-risk” 19-year-old woman are relieved to have found her safe and well in Romford in the early hours of this morning.

Nichola McCreedy went missing at 11.30pm from Spring Gardens, Romford, on Tuesday and the Metropolitan Police sent a helicopter over Rainham to search for her.

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Police helicopter searches for ‘high-risk’ missing Romford teen

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