Isabella Newell: Missing Archway schoolgirl, 12, found in Hertfordshire

PUBLISHED: 21:26 21 May 2018 | UPDATED: 07:41 22 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


Missing schoolgirl Isabella Newell has been found in Hertfordshire today after going missing on Saturday morning.

A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: “Isabella Newell was found in Hertfordshire on Monday May 21. Thank you for assistance with appeals.”

Thousands had shared our news story and police appeals on social media as concern grew for the welfare of year 8 pupil Isabella, from Archway, who was last seen on Saturday morning at 10am.

Posters were put up across Crouch End, Islington and on Hamsptead Heath.

No more information had been released tonight about the circumstances of how she went missing and was found tonight.

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