A toddler allegedly ‘abducted and flown to Spain’ from Glasgow Airport has been found.
Gracie-May Rogers was reported missing to police on Friday after she went missing from her home in Lancaster.
British officers said they were working closely with law enforcement and child protection partners in Spain after a joint search was launched.
Police have now confirmed Gracie-May, who was in the company of a woman, was collected by officers at Manchester Airport on Sunday.
A 35-year-old woman has been detained by police.
Officers are waiting to speak to a 39-year-old man in connection with the tot’s disappearance, who has not yet returned to the UK.
In a statement on social media in the early hours of Monday morning, Lancashire Police announced: “On Friday we asked for your help to find missing two-year-old Gracie-May from Lancaster.
“We are pleased to say that last night (August 29) officers collected Gracie-May at Manchester Airport in the company of a woman. She has now been taken to a place of safety.”
A 35-year-old woman has also been detained by officers, while a 39-year-old man who police wish to speak with in connection with the tot’s disappearance is yet to return to the UK.
The statement continued: “A 35-year-old woman who we wanted to speak to in connection with Gracie-May’s disappearance was detained by officers without incident.
“While she is not under arrest she will be voluntarily interviewed in due course.
“A 39-year-old man we wanted to speak to in connection with Gracie-May’s disappearance has not returned to the UK.
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“We would like to thank everybody who shared our appeal and played a key role in helping with our investigation to find Gracie-May. Your support, as ever, is massively appreciated.”