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Police find 17-year-old Lily Williams from Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 12:25 30 November 2018 | UPDATED: 15:25 30 November 2018

Police have found a missing Ipswich teenager Picture: ARCHANT

Police have found a missing Ipswich teenager Picture: ARCHANT

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Police have found a 17-year-old woman from Ipswich who was reported missing earlier today.

Lily Williams left her home address in Allenby Way last night, Thursday, November 29, sometime after 10pm.

She was reported missing earlier this morning.

Lily is described as of thin build, about 5ft 4ins tall, with long brown hair.

A spokesman for Suffolk police confirmed that Lily had returned home at around lunchtime today.

“Police would like to thank the media and members of the public for their help with this matter,” said the spokesman.

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