THE British teenager who went missing while on holiday in Turkey has been
Faye Jones, from Cramlington, Northumberland, was on holiday in Marmaris with
her mum Rhonda, 39, when she disappeared four days ago.
It was feared that the 16-year-old may have run away with 22-year-old Turkish
barman Murat Can Ertani – known as Can.
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Faye’s cousin, Stacey Lithgow, 25, today said: “My sister sent me a text
saying Faye has been found. I am going over to her house to speak to people
in Turkey now.
“I can’t explain how relieved I am. It is great news.”
A Facebook page dedicated to finding the teenager said: “It is with great
pleasure I can say that Faye Jones has been found. Police have her but she
has not yet been reunited with Rhonda.
“I would like to thank you all for your help and support during this
Rhonda told The Sun earlier today: “I woke up this morning screaming. I
can’t take another night of this. It’s so out of character for her. We were
like best friends.”
She pleaded: “Please come home Faye, I’m not angry.”
Chip shop worker Rhonda, 39, from Cramlington, Northumberland, revealed that
in their last conservation, her normally polite daughter screamed “I hate
you” at her and wished she would “drop down dead”.
Faye first met Can in Marmaris last year and had kept in touch with him on
Facebook and Skype but told her mum they were just friends.
She and her mum flew there again on June 27 and Rhonda was going to let her
daughter stay most of the summer until she became suspicious of Can’s
Turkish cops have revealed Can has a series of minor convictions — and he is
said to have boasted to Faye how he once spent time in prison for stabbing