Two 11-year-old girls who didn't come home from school today have been found safe and well.
Constantia Carr-Winterburn, of Whaley Bridge, and Lillie Almond, of Dove Holes, left their respective homes in the High Peak, Derbyshire to go to school this morning.
Their families had not heard from them since, and police were "very concerned for their safety".
However just before 10pm on Thursday evening, Derbyshire Police announced they had been found.
The girls, who are friends and attend the same school, were thought to be together.
They both left home wearing their school uniforms. Police believed they may have crossed the border into Greater Manchester.
Derbyshire Police said in a statement on Thursday evening: "We are very concerned for their safety and we would ask you to share this appeal and to contact us if you have any information as to their whereabouts.
"Constantia is white, 5ft 4ins tall, slim and has blonde or mousey shoulder-length hair.
"She left the house in her school uniform - a white shirt, a black quilted coat, black trousers and black shoes. She carried a rucksack. She is pictured here in her uniform.
"Lillie is 5ft 7ins tall, slim and has blonde hair, which was tied back this morning.
"She left home wearing a black skirt, black tights, black trainers, a white polo shirt and a red coat.
"She is pictured here wearing glasses."
Derbyshire Police added they had been liaising with Greater Manchester police in case the girls crossed the border.
" We would like to thank all of you who shared our appeal and to everyone who contacted us with sightings and information."