Fears grow over missing daughter of London ExCel boss

Fears grow over missing daughter of London ExCel boss

A 13-year-old girl who went missing from Ixworth near Thorpe has been found safe and well.

Alice Brindley, from Ixworth Thorpe, Suffolk, had spent the day in Cambridge with friends and was supposed to catch a train home on Sunday evening. Her parents had tweeted asking the public to help in the search.

She was found in Islington and is being brought back home by Suffolk Police.

Alice caught a train to London (stock image).

Mr Brindley, an executive director at ExCel London, said his daughter had never done this before.

She was last seen yesterday at Cambridge train station around 6.30pm.

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She has not been seen since and Suffolk officers believe she travelled to King's Cross before heading to the Islington area.

Paul Brindley, Alice's dad, told the East Anglian Daily Times his message to his daughter would be: "Please, please come home safe, we love you".

He also posted a selfie took of herself just hours before she was last seen.

Alice is described as white, 5ft 2in tall, of slim build, but her hair is now shaved.

Alice was carrying a black leather rucksack with gold coloured zips.

A Suffolk Police spokesman said: 'Anyone who believes they may have seen Alice, or who has any information regarding her whereabouts, is asked to contact the duty sergeant at Bury St Edmunds Police Station on 101'.