Emina Ilora Alice Winterbottom: Missing British teenager discovered in Majorca

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    'Disturbing' case of missing Brit girl, 15, last seen in Majorca last month Facebook|Police Handout

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    The case of Emina Ilora Alice Winterbottom was dealt with as ‘the highest priority’ by Spanish Police (Picture: Facebook|Police Handout)

    A British teen, 15, has actually been found after disappearing in Spain almost a month back.

    Emina Ilora Alice Winterbottom’s moms and dads raised the alarm when she didn’t get home in Palma on August 31.

    She was discovered ‘safe and well’ on Wednesday in a park in the city centre, not far from the Civil Guard’s head office.

    The personal schoolgirl’s disappearance had actually been called ‘disturbing and of the highest priority’ by Policia Nacional, the force leading the probe, Ultima Hora reports.

    She is presently being talked to by expert officers from The National Police on where she has actually been for the previous 3 weeks.

    'Disturbing' case of missing Brit girl, 15, last seen in Majorca last month Police Handout

    The teen is being questioned after she wasn’t seen for almost a month (Picture: Police)

    'Disturbing' case of missing Brit girl, 15, last seen in Majorca last month Facebook

    She didn’t get home on August 31 (Picture: Facebook)

    Missing individuals’ charity SOS Desaparecidos stated on Thursday: ‘Emina was located in good condition and her disappearance alert deactivated … She is safe and well.’

    A representative for Majorca’s National Police included: ‘The woman that went missing out on in Majorca was discovered on Wednesday afternoon and the search has actually been called.

    ‘Officers are still continuing to make inquires about the circumstances surrounding her disappearance but no arrests have been made in connection with this incident so far.’

    Additional reporting from Natalia Penza

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