Ms Davies, 24, was final seen strolling north alongside London Highway, Croydon on July 7 and issues had been rising for her security.
The Met stated Ms Davies had been discovered “on account of a name to police from somebody who had seen media appeals”.
They stated the decision was the 118th reported sighting officers had obtained and was made at 10.30am on Tuesday.
Detectives stated she seems “match and nicely cared for” and her household have been knowledgeable. They’ve spoken to her.
Officers will converse to Ms Davies extra totally sooner or later about her welfare.
Detective Chief Inspector Nigel Penney, the the Met’s Specialist Crime, stated: “That is the result we had been all hoping and praying for.
“My staff have been working round to clock to seek out Owami and we’re immensely relieved she has been discovered.
“I want to sincerely thank the media and public for sharing appeals to seek out Owami.
“Your assist in instances like that is essential and we’re very grateful. I’d wish to additionally thank colleagues at Essex Police for his or her invaluable help throughout this investigation.
“I might now politely request that the privateness of Owami and her household are revered at the moment.”
Commander Paul Brogden added: “We all know there have been issues raised across the seek for Owami.
“We, alongside our colleagues in Essex Police, shall be finishing up a evaluate of all our actions from when Owami was first reported lacking to make sure we’ve acted appropriately and to determine any methods to enhance our response to discovering different lacking individuals.”