Who does not like to have fun with their friends during the teenage years of their lived? However, having fun should not be transformed into staying away from home for 48 hours without informing anyone, especially the parents.
Two fourteen-year-old girls decided to have fun for 48 hours without contacting their families. Fortunately, they were found but as per one of the mothers, the girls are in a huge trouble.
Chloe Horsfall and Leah Flower were dropped off in Dover, Kent, near a school on Monday at 8:3- a.m. From there, they were taken by a local taxi firm A1 to a Morrisons outlet in the town.
Thirty-four-year-old Lucy Wattenbach, Leah’s worried mother, revealed that the teen girls were seen for the last time at 9 p.m. on the same day. They were heading down Victoria Crescent.
But Ms. Wattenbach posted on Faceboook that the girls have been found but are certainly in a lot of trouble. The girls were safe when they were found. She thanked her friends for sharing information and appeals as well on her social media.
She took to Facebook to thank everyone who had helped with the search of Chloe and Leah revealing that they have been found. She said that she was grateful for the help.
She previously posted that her daughter and her friend went missing since Monday morning and added that the duo were dropped off by A1 taxi at Morrisons in Dover.
She also wrote that if anyone had any clue about their whereabouts should contact her, police, or Chloe’s parents.
Fortunately, the girls were found unharmed within 48 hours due to help from public and police.
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