Missing girl Lilibeth Ambler-Lomax has been found safe.
The 13-year-old was last seen by her father at Huddersfield railway station on Sunday afternoon (December 11), where she was due to catch a train to York.
Lilibeth, from Tadcaster, was located by North Yorkshire Police officers at a bus station in Leeds just after 4pm today (Tuesday) after travelling north by bus from the south west of England.
A police spokeswoman said: “Our thanks go to the media and members of the public who have shared our appeal or called in with information. Your assistance is greatly appreciated.”
From December 12, 2016 3.25pm
Girl, 13, goes missing after she was due to catch a train to York
A 13-year-old girl has gone missing after she was due on a train to York.
Lilibeth Ambler-Lomax, from Tadcaster, was last seen by her father at Huddersfield railway station on Sunday afternoon (December 11).
She was due to get a train to York after visiting her father. However, she failed to return home at the expected time and was reported missing at 7.30pm on Sunday evening.
Police believe Lilibeth has travelled to the Bristol area and are appealing to anyone who has seen her, had contact from her, or knows where she is now, to contact them.
Have you seen Lilibeth?
|5ft 7in tall|
|with shoulder-length, brown and auburn wavy hair.|
She was wearing
|a grey sweatshirt|
|black bomber jacket|
|and blue jeans|
|and had a tan handbag and a black cabin-bag on wheels|
Anyone who has information that could assist the police’s search for Lilibeth is asked to call North Yorkshire Police on 101.