By Connie Osborne Monday 14 October 2013 Updated: 14/10 16:28
A TEENAGE girl who went missing with two friends has been found.
Jenny Mitchell was located in Cardiff last night (Sunday) where she is now being cared for.
The 14-year-old was reported missing in the early hours of Friday (October 13), along with 16-year-old Naomi Smallwood and 15-year-old Sophie Hands.
Police are still concerned for the welfare of the other two girls and are working hard to locate them.
The girls were last known to be in the Small Heath area of Birmingham and have contacts with Manchester and Cardiff.
It is also believed they could have tried to hitch a lift to Evesham or to Stratford.
Naomi is white, 5ft 7in, slim and has blonde hair with pink dye. She was wearing a purple tracksuit when she was last seen.
Sophie is 5ft 6in with long pink hair, shaved at the side and was last wearing black jeans and a body warmer.
They are described as vulnerable due to their age and police are keen to hear from anyone who may have seen them so they can be located quickly.
Anyone with any information should contact Warwickshire Police by calling 101. If they see the girls at the time of the call they should dial 999 and ask for Warwickshire Police.
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