A woman missing from her home for more than week has been found after appeal to find her in Cornwall. 

Police believed Rebekah Farrar may have travelled to Cornwall somewhere and appealed for the public’s help to find her.

Police said people could recognise her from her very long hair that is half blonde and half black, and she also has a distinctive tattoo of ‘666’ across her knuckles.

The 20-year-old had been reported from the Billingham area of Stockton.

Following an appeal this afternoon, police gave an update just before 7.45pm today (Monday) to say: "Rebekah Farrar, 20, who had been reported missing from the Billingham area of Stockton has been found safe by police.

"We would like to thank members of the public for their help."

Rebekah, known as ‘Bekah’, had last been seen at home on Sunday, June 30 and is believed to have travelled to the Cornwall area.

A spokesperson for Devon and Cornwall Police said previously: “Enquiries are ongoing in order to locate her and we are now appealing for anyone with information which may help us, to get in touch.

“She is described as a white female with blue eyes, very slim, around 5ft tall, with half blonde and half black hair which is very long.

“She also has ‘666’ tattooed across her knuckles, a tattoo of a rose at the top of her left leg and another tattoo in the crease of her elbow.”

Anyone who sees Rebekah, or has any information about her whereabouts, is asked to call police on 999 quoting log 733 of 7/7/24.