Missing Croydon teenager has been found

14:49 05 February 2013

Shelley Pratt went missing in November. Picture: Metropolitan Police

Shelley Pratt went missing in November. Picture: Metropolitan Police

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A Croydon teenager missing for several months has been found.

Shelley Pratt, 14, was last seen getting off a bus on South Norwood Hill in November, sparking an appeal by police and worried family members for her safe return.

A Metropolitan Police spokesman confirmed today she had now been located.

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