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Concerns for welfare of girl, 12, missing from Archway since Saturday

PUBLISHED: 15:43 20 May 2018 | UPDATED: 07:56 21 May 2018

Isabella Newell, 12, has been found. She had not been seen since  leaving home on Saturday morning.  Picture: Met Police

Isabella Newell, 12, has been found. She had not been seen since leaving home on Saturday morning. Picture: Met Police

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Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of a missing 12-year-old girl.

Year 8 pupil Isabella Newell. Picture: Met PoliceYear 8 pupil Isabella Newell. Picture: Met Police

Isabella Newell was last seen leaving her home address in Archway at 10.15am on Saturday.

She has not been seen since.

Isabella, a Year 8 pupil at a Crouch End school, is described as a white female with long brown hair. She may be wearing khaki tracksuit bottoms, a black top and Nike trainers.

Officers and Isabella’s family are extremely concerned for her welfare.

Anyone who sees Isabella is asked to call Central North police immediately on 02087336581 or 101 quoting reference 3180 of 19 May.

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