Black Country Teenager found safe and well

A teenager from Walsall has been found in central Birmingham after being missing for more than a week.

Eighteen-year-old straight 'A' student Zoya Anwar hadn't seen by school friends on the afternoon of Tuesday 26 February when she said goodbye to her friends at the school gates. Her disappearance was not reported to police until last Friday.
 
'A' level student Zoya Anwar, is a student at King Edward Vi School in Handsworth.
 
She was reported missing on Friday and a missing person investigation was immediately launched and she was found by security guards in Birmingham city centre. Specially trained officers are speaking to her to make sure she is ok.
 
 Four men and a woman arrested on suspicion of kidnap have been released without charge.

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