Missing schoolgirls are 'safe and in a LOT of trouble', says relieved mother

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Missing schoolgirls are 'safe and in a LOT of trouble', says relieved mother after friends went AWOL for two days following taxi ride to Morrisons Leah Flower and Chloe Horsfall were dropped off near school in Dover, Kent They were taken to Morrisons store in town on Monday by local taxi firm A1 Schoolgirls were last seen later that day at 9pm but they have now been found Leah's mother Lucy, 34, says: 'They are both safe now and in a lot of trouble'

By Mark Duell for MailOnline

Published: 09:01 GMT, 4 December 2019 | Updated: 15:10 GMT, 4 December 2019

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Two 14-year-old girls who went missing for more than 48 hours were found today as one of their mothers warned they are 'in a lot of trouble'.

Leah Flower and Chloe Horsfall were dropped off near a school in Dover, Kent, at 8.30am on Monday and taken to a Morrisons store in the town by local taxi firm A1.

Leah's worried mother, Lucy Wattenbach, 34, said the schoolgirls were last seen later that day at around 9pm, heading down Victoria Crescent in the town. 

Leah Flower and Chloe Horsfall were dropped off near a school in Dover, Kent, on Monday

Leah Flower and Chloe Horsfall were dropped off near a school in Dover, Kent, on Monday

The girls were taken to a Morrisons store in the Kent town of Dover by local taxi firm A1

The girls were taken to a Morrisons store in the Kent town of Dover by local taxi firm A1

But Ms Wattenbach, of Deal, then

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