Cambridge music graduate Harry Ogg found

Harry Ogg has been found

Harry Ogg has been found

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A Cambridge graduate, who was last seen in Tooting and went missing for four days, has been found safe and well.

Harry Ogg, 21, went missing on Thursday (October 11) after visiting his parents in Mitcham but was found yesterday, the Metropolitan police said.

Mr Ogg, a pianist who graduated from Cambridge in June, was believed to have arrived at Wimbledon station at 9.20pm on Thursday evening (October 11) using his Oyster, and was was last seen in Tooting.

The music student had not gone missing before and is known to have a history of depression.

A Facebook group was set up to help find him and attracted more than 15,000 members with his brother, Tom Ogg, urging people to help in the search by keeping an eye out in London parks, including Wimbledon Common.

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