Girl missing on Tube: 10-year-old found after being separated from parents on London Underground

The girl has been missing for hours

Samuel Osborne
Tuesday 01 March 2016 12:33
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The girl got lost at Canary Wharf station and is believed to have been on the Jubilee line heading towards Canada Water
The girl got lost at Canary Wharf station and is believed to have been on the Jubilee line heading towards Canada Water

A 10-year-old girl who went missing after she got separated from her parents on the Tube has been found after a three hour search by police.

Police say she was found "safe and well" shortly after 11.30am at Canary Wharf, where she went missing at around 8.40am.

The police appeal to find her was shared by many on Twitter as the search continued.

Police tweeted: "Can you help? 10-yo girl separated from parents at Canary Wharf at 8.40am. Got on Jubilee line toward Canada Water.

"Long black hair. Glasses. Grey puffa with flowers on. White top with pink and blue lines.Grey leggings with grey stars. Black Ugg boots."

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