A pair of teenage girls who went missing three days ago have been found, police have confirmed.
Monet Williams and Leah Monkman, both 16 and from Leeds, are said to be ‘safe and well’.
Their resurfacing brings and end to a public manhunt led by West Yorkshire Police which had appealed for help locating the teenagers who vanished on Wednesday morning.
Monet Williams (left) and Leah Monkman (right), both 16 and from Leeds, are said to be ‘safe and well’ after vanishing on Wednesday morning
This evening, the force tweeted: ‘Leah Monkman & Monet Williams from Leeds were subject of an earlier missing persons appeal.
‘They have been located safe and well. Thank you to everyone who assisted in sharing the appeal.’
Police had put out details of the pair in an urgent attempt to find the disappeared girls.
Officers said that Ms Williams, from Morley, Leeds, was seen on Wednesday wearing black trousers, a black parka with a fur round hood, and a school tie.
And the force described Ms Monkman, also from Leeds, as being a white female, 5ft 6ins tall with a heavy-build and brown, shoulder-length hair.
Their resurfacing brings and end to a public manhunt led by West Yorkshire Police which had appealed to for help locating the teenagers (stock image)