Teenager Imogen Williams found safe and well – thank you all

Great news – updated 9:40am Thursday 8th March 2018 – Lisa Williams posted on Facebook:

I promised you an update here it is


We had a very early morning drive to Coventry as Imogen had voluntarily met with West Midlands Police and was ready to be collected.

I can’t begin to thank all of you for your support and love in successfully getting Imogen home.

Thank you so much to Staffordshire Police and West Midlands Police for all of your hard work in getting my daughter safely back to us.
Love to you all

Lisa and Andy xxxxx

Thanks to all who shared, retweeted, and kept an eye out – thank you for your community spirit.


Have you seen Imgen? Her family are very concerned for her wellbeing. Image posted on social media by Lisa Williams.

An urgent appeal has come in from Facebook this morning – Lisa Williams is appealing for help in finding her missing daughter, teenager Imogen, 18, pictured above who is considered vulnerable.

Imogen has been missing from home in Shareshill, South Staffordshire since Monday evening (5th March 2018) and her mother Lisa and family are very concerned for her welfare.

Lisa Williams said:

Still no news on the whereabouts of my daughter Imogen Williams.

Imogen is 18 autistic, and has learning disabilities. This is not the first time Imogen has disappeared but this is the first time she has done this after an argument with me.

She is 5 ft 2 has blonde shoulder length hair possibly tied back, blue eyes and slim build.

Imogen is vulnerable and has been missing before.

There is a possibility that Imogen may be in the Coventry area so please share with anyone in that area

We are absolutely out of our mind with worry for her safety and welfare.

If you see or hear from Imogen, please phone Staffordshire Police and quote incident number 185/6/3/2018

If you see Imogen, or have any information at all, please can you call Staffordshire Police on 101 or the Missing People charity on 116 000, or contact Lisa Williams directly on Facebook here.

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