Relief as two teens who went missing in Castle Hill are found
Relief when two teenage girls, 14, who both disappeared without a trace for three DAYS, are found safe and sound
- Serious fear of two teenage girls who disappeared without a trace on Monday
- Madison Wells and Amelia Butcher, both 14 years old, last seen at a Castle Hill school
- Girls have since been found safe and sound after police spotted them in Castle Hill
Two teenage girls who mysteriously disappeared for three days in Sydney’s northwest have been found safe and sound.
A desperate hunt was launched after Madison Wells and Amelia Butcher were reported missing by their concerned families on Wednesday night.
The two 14-year-olds were last seen together leaving a school in Castle Hill two days earlier on Monday.
The police immediately issued a public appeal to track down the girls with thousands of Facebook shares.
Family and friends also begged the couple to return home.
Madison Wells was last seen leaving a school in Castle Hill on Monday afternoon. She has now been found
The police were very concerned about the girls because of their young age.
The pair were believed to be together and were known to frequently visit the Blacktown and Castle Hill areas or possibly tour the Sydney Trains network.
The search ended on Thursday afternoon when the girls were spotted by police in Castle Hill.
“I just saw them in Castle Hill. Castle Hill Police stopped them and spoke to the two,” a woman posted to the NSW Police Department’s Facebook page.
The Hills Area Police Department confirmed a short time later that the girls had been found.
Missing teenager Amelia Butcher has also been found safe and sound by the police