Missing Abby O'Sullivan returns home

Appeal for missing teenager last seen outside Subway in Bournemouth

Appeal for missing teenager last seen outside Subway in Bournemouth

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A YOUNG woman who was reported missing at the weekend in central Bournemouth has returned home. 

Abby O'Sullivan, 18, from Southampton, had been reported missing after disappearing outside Subway, Holdenhurst Road, at approximately 4.15am on Sunday.

The police had appealed for information about her whereabouts and she returned home on Monday evening. 

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10:47pm Mon 19 May 14

whataboutthat says...

How 'missing' was she?
How 'missing' was she? whataboutthat
  • Score: 3

11:37pm Mon 19 May 14

hooplaa says...

18 year old adult 'missing' for 1 day

Dirty stop out
18 year old adult 'missing' for 1 day Dirty stop out hooplaa
  • Score: 14

5:53am Tue 20 May 14

joeinpoole says...

Holdenhurst Rd ... at 4am ... isn't that where the prostitutes do their business?
Holdenhurst Rd ... at 4am ... isn't that where the prostitutes do their business? joeinpoole
  • Score: -9

8:03pm Tue 20 May 14

Understated says...

missing for one day is worth reporting, if she were kidnapped then the sooner the alert is raised increases her chances of returning safely. thankully she did and there wasnt any danger. leave it too long and it will be too late to help
missing for one day is worth reporting, if she were kidnapped then the sooner the alert is raised increases her chances of returning safely. thankully she did and there wasnt any danger. leave it too long and it will be too late to help Understated
  • Score: 3

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