Father’s relief as missing Attleborough teenager Tilly Rawling found ‘safe and well’

PUBLISHED: 06:48 01 February 2018 | UPDATED: 09:34 01 February 2018

Tilly Rawling. Picture: MATTHEW RAWLING

Tilly Rawling. Picture: MATTHEW RAWLING


A teenage girl who went missing from her Attleborough home has been found safe and well, her father said.

A poster appeal for the returning of Tilly Rawling. Picture: MATTHEW RAWLINGA poster appeal for the returning of Tilly Rawling. Picture: MATTHEW RAWLING

Tilly Rawling, aged 15, was discovered as missing when her sister went into her bedroom on Sunday (January 28) morning and noticed the window was open.

It is believed she travelled to London before returning to Norwich.

Following her disappearance, thousands of people on social media shared emotional pleas from her father Matthew Rawling for her to return.

Mr Rawling confirmed this morning that his daughter had been found “safe and well” at 1am this morning at Norwich train station.

He thanked the press and public for their help, adding “I was really relieved”.

Norfolk Police has also this morning confirmed the teenager’s return.

In a Twitter post, it said: “Missing teenager: Tilly Rawlings, Attleborough has returned safe and well, and reunited with family. Thank you to all that assisted.”

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