UPDATE: Police confirmed late on Wednesday morning that Isabella had been found

A major search for a missing Oxfordshire woman entered a second day leaving police concerned for her welfare.

Isabella, whose surname was not given by officers, disappeared from Henley on Tuesday afternoon after last being seen at 2.53pm.

The 20-year-old is white, around 6ft 1ins tall and of slim build.

She was last seen wearing the clothing in the CCTV image provided by officers which consists of a black top and black trousers.

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Police are searching for Isabella.Police are searching for Isabella. (Image: Thames Valley Police)

Isabella is known to frequent Henley, Sonning Common, Reading, Twyford and London.

Thames Valley Police appealed for the public’s help in tracing the missing woman as officers continued to search for her.

Sergeant Lee Butler, said: “We are concerned for Isabella’s welfare and are asking for the public’s help in tracing her.

“If anyone sees her then please call 999, or if you know where she might be or have previously seen her, please provide your information on our missing persons’ webpage, quoting reference 43240325137.”

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It was announced by the force later on Wednesday morning that Isabella had been found safe and well.

A spokesperson for Thames Valley Police said: "A woman reported missing in Henley-on-Thames has been located.

"Isabella was located today and we would like to thank everyone that shared our appeal to find her."

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