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Derbyshire Constabulary believes they have found the body of teenager Amy Hall in Birch Vale, Derbyshire.

A body has been found in Derbyshire in the search for missing teenager Ms. Hall.

It was found in the Birch Vale area, and Derbyshire Constabulary said the body is believed to be Amy’s.

Am vanished from her home in Hayfield, Derbyshire, at 1 pm on Thursday (September 9).


She was 17 years old.


The 17-year-old was reported missing from her home in Hayfield, Derbyshire, on Thursday.

Amy had left home at 1 pm, while CCTV footage shared to social media appeared to show the teenager walking out of her front door for the last time.

Other footage seemed to show Amy leaving the May Queen field and walking onto Wood Lane before heading towards the Sett Valley Trail near her home in Hayfield.

A Derbyshire Police statement said: ‘The body of what is believed to be missing teenager Amy Hall has been found in the Birch Vale area, near New Mills.

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‘Amy’s family have been informed, and our thoughts are with them at this time.

‘Formal identification of the 17-year-old is yet to take place, officers are preparing a file for the coroner, and there are not believed to be any suspicious circumstances.’

Found Dead

According to a statement from Derbyshire Police, her body was found in Birch Vale, near New Mills, on Saturday evening.

A ‘devastated’ family has paid tribute to 17-year-old Amy Hall, who was found dead in the Peak District late on Saturday, two days after she went missing from her home.


Her grandad, Stewart Turnbull, described the 17-year-old as an ‘angel’ and added that the family ‘are all devastated.’

‘She was a lovely girl. An angel,’ he told The Sun.

The force confirmed they informed Amy’s family after discovering the missing teenager, though a formal identification is yet to take place.

The circumstances surrounding her death are not believed to be suspicious, Derbyshire Police said.

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