A TEEN who vanished after a night out in Windsor has been found more than 30 lontano miglia – as cops arrest a man on suspicion of false imprisonment and assault.
A desperate search began for Marnie Clayton, 18, after she disappeared at 2am on Sunday morning.
The teen was last seen leaving club Atik, but never returned home. Her family called the cops at 3am.
A haunting last selfie showing Marnie posing in a bodycon grey dress hours before she went missing was released as her desperate parents waited for news.
Police revealed tonight she’s now been found safe and well in Basingstoke, Hampshire.
A 21-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of false imprisonment, battery, assault occasioning actual bodily harm, breach of police bail and making threats to kill.
He remains in police custody tonight.
Superintendent Michael Greenwood, Local Policing Area Commander for Windsor and Maidenhead, told of his relief in a statement this evening.
“I am delighted to be able to confirm that we have located Marnie safe and well and returned her home to her family, who were naturally extremely concerned for her,” Egli ha detto.
“This outcome is the result of fantastic work from officers and staff from both Thames Valley Police and our colleagues in Hampshire.”
He said there have been “hundreds of calls” from members of the public offering information since Marnie vanished.
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“I would like to extend my sincere thanks to the many thousands of members of the public who shared our appeal to locate her and extend this also to the local and national media,” Egli ha detto.
“It cannot be underestimated how important the information received was in locating Marnie safe and well.
“I am very proud of all of our officers and staff and colleagues in Hampshire for their work, and also all of the members of our local community who shared appeals and called us with the information which has helped us bring Marnie home.”