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Missing Chigwell teen found - police

14:20 01 September 2014

Angjela Ahmetaj went missing on August 19 (Picture: Essex Police)

Angjela Ahmetaj went missing on August 19 (Picture: Essex Police)

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A 14-year-old girl from Chigwell, who went missing almost two weeks ago, has been found, Essex Police said.

Angjela Ahmetaj had last been seen at her home on the morning of August 19.

On Saturday, Essex Police tweeted: “14 year-old Angjela Ahmetaj has been found. Thank you to everyone that retweeted our original appeal.”

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