Sussex Police have found one of two Nigerian girls who went missing last week.

Joy Igaharo and Esohe Ida-Ogabono, both aged 15 and from Nigeria, disappeared from Worthing on Friday.

One of the girls was stopped at passport control in Spain on Saturday.

She has been returned to the United Kingdom and is being looked after by social services.

Sussex Police said the other girl had not been found. They said they could not identify which one has been brought to safety because of the "ongoing risk".

Detective Chief Inspector Adam Hibbert, crime manager for West Sussex, said: "It's our belief that these two girls have been trafficked into the UK for onward transportation to somewhere in Europe.

"Whilst one has been recovered we still have another vulnerable 15-year-old missing.

"Our investigation is focusing on identifying where the other girl is and the circumstances of how they were trafficked and as a result we are working closely with the UKBA, the UK Human Trafficking Centre, local authorities and the Human Trafficking Unit of the Met."

Anyone with information is asked to call Sussex Police on 101, quoting Op Newbridge.