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13-year-old schoolgirl has been found safe and well after going missing with a 22-year-old man she met on the internet.

 

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Teagan Feakins and James Grenfell were spotted in Edinburgh

 

 

Teagan Feakins was spotted by a member of the public in Edinburgh around 1pm following a police appeal for information.

 

The teenager, from Torquay, is now being held in police care.

 

The man she was with, James Grenfell, is being held in police custody.

 

Teagan is thought to have met Grenfell in Torbay last week and detectives had said they were "extremely concerned" for her safety.

 

She had been last seen at 7.30pm on 25 September in the Babbacombe Road area of the seaside town.

 

Her mother had dropped her off at the Riviera Life Church so she could attend the Loaded youth club.

 

 

We would also ask any members of the public who might know either Teagan or James' whereabouts to come forward and contact police as soon as possible.

 

Devon and Cornwall Police

 

Mr Grenfell, from Braintree in Essex, and the teenager are thought to have met online but despite extensive inquiries their whereabouts are unknown.

 

Devon and Cornwall Police had asked the pair to make contact as soon as possible, saying the girl's disappearance was "out of character".

 

Earlier, Detective Inspector Sam de Reya appealed to Mr Grenfell: "We understand that you might be trying to work out what to do next, that you've got yourself into a situation that has got out of hand.

 

"When you thought about meeting up with Teagan, you probably didn't expect to see or hear an appeal like this.

 

"We need to know that Teagan is safe. We would ask that you telephone the police or a trusted friend or family member and let us know your whereabouts as soon as possible.

 

"We would also ask any members of the public who might know either Teagan or James' whereabouts to come forward and contact police as soon as possible."

 

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 0800 0560 154.

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