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Teenager Naciey Ismail from Holland-on-Sea quickly found safe after missing appeal

PUBLISHED: 19:58 23 September 2017 | UPDATED: 21:24 23 September 2017

Officers are appealing for witnesses following a knife-point robbery in Ipswich (stock image). Picture: JAMES BASS

Officers are appealing for witnesses following a knife-point robbery in Ipswich (stock image). Picture: JAMES BASS

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An 18-year-old woman who went missing from her home in Essex has been found safe.

Naciey Ismail, from Holland-on-Sea, was reported missing at 9.50pm on Thursday, September 21.

Essex Police has confirmed the teenager has been traced, around an hour after it released an appeal to find her tonight.

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