Thorpe Park: Three children missing after day out at popular Surrey theme park found 'safe and well'

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Police have confirmed that three children who went missing during a day out to Thorpe Park have been found “safe and well”.

Surrey Police have released an image of Khandi, 14, Amelia, 9, and Malik, 7, after they were reported missing just after 7pm on Monday evening (June 17). The trio had been enjoying a day out at the theme park in Chertsey when they went missing.

They were all last seen walking away from the park towards Staines town centre at around 3.17pm. Police believed that the children may have travelled to London. The two youngest children are related. Surrey Police said: “Khandi is described as female, Black, 160cm tall, of a slim build and was wearing black or grey jogging bottoms, a white top, white trainers, black framed glasses, and multiple bracelets on each wrist.

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“Amelia is described as female, European, 110cm tall, of a slim build and wearing grey jogging bottoms, a grey long-sleeved top with “Believe” written on it and white trainers.

Khandi, 14, Amelia, 9, and Malik, 7, were last seen walking away from the theme park. (Credit: Surrey Police)Khandi, 14, Amelia, 9, and Malik, 7, were last seen walking away from the theme park. (Credit: Surrey Police)
Khandi, 14, Amelia, 9, and Malik, 7, were last seen walking away from the theme park. (Credit: Surrey Police) | Surrey Police

“Malik is described as male, European, 110cm tall, of a slim build and wearing black jogging bottoms, black trainers, and a green long-sleeved top with stripes. Anyone with any information about the children's whereabout are being urged to get in touch with police. To pass over information, contact police and quote PR/45240068376.

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