Many thanks to Genette (in comments) for directing me to this from the Oxford Mail:
Cyberstalker Felicity Jane Lowde has been caught by police as she sat in an Internet cafe typing away.
One element of this that has not been made public to this point, but which I think can now be safely revealed is that in addition to the sterling efforts made by bloggers through the blog button ‘wanted’ campaign, some have also provided IP address information from comments posted by Lowde on their blogs to the police, via Rachel, information that has contributed towards the police’s efforts to trace Lowde’s location, alongside the legwork undertaken by Rachel herself.
Rachel’s away for a few days taking some well deserved R&R but I’m sure she won’t mind my thanking everyone for their help with this on her behalf in advance of her posting her own thank you’s for all the support and solidarity shown by bloggers.
If there’s a message in this that people should take note of its that whatever our differences in opinion and outlook, we Brit Bloggers look after our own when the need arises.
I’ve altered the quote, which is the opening line of the Oxford Mail article, in line with an alteration made by the newspaper, which omits information contained in the article as it appeared when I posted this earlier this evening.
The changes may reflect nothing more than a redraft for a later print edition of the paper, or the alterations may reflect changes requested by either Rachel, the Police or made after legal advice – without knowing for sure the safest option is to fall into line with what the paper now says.