Friday 27, April 2012
Former Salford student Natalie Phillips found
MISSING woman Natalie Phillips has
been found safe and well in Glasgow, almost a week since disappearing.
Natalie, 21, ran away from her home in Tockholes, near Darwen, to escape the “pressures that every day life brings,” according to the Facebook campaign dedicated to finding her.
She had previously not been seen since boarding a train on Friday (April 20), after telling her parents she was going to meet a friend in Manchester.
It became evident during her disappearance that Natalie, who was a BA Journalism student at the University of Salford, had left her course in September without telling her family.
Her brother tweeted: “To let everyone know, we have indeed found my sister, Natalie. Thanks for all your support!"
He went on to confirm that Natalie was heading home.
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