A MISSING mum and baby who police believed were in “danger” have turned up safe and well.
Natalie Foster, 18, (pictured) and her seven-month-old son Robert, from Trimdon, disappeared following a violent incident at Seamer Caravan Site, near Stokesley, on Friday.
Police say Natalie’s father was seriously assaulted by three men and had to be taken to James Cook University Hospital, in Middlesbrough, where he underwent an operation and is in a stable condition.
North Yorkshire Police initially feared Natalie and baby Robert were in danger, but said they turned up at Northallerton Police Station last night.
Two people were arrested and have been charged with wounding with intent to do grievous bodily harm.
Police want to speak to Natalie’s husband, Robert Henry Foster, also 22.
Police inquiries to trace Mr Foster, who is from South Bank, near Middlesbrough, remain ongoing and if anyone can help they should ring (0845) 6060247 quoting the reference number 12110121906.