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Missing Newquay Boy Found Safe And Well
5:24am 4th April 2013
(Updated 5:24am 4th April 2013)
A ten year old boy reported missing in Newquay has been found safe and well.
Police launched a major search looking for James Lawrence on Wednesday afternoon.
Inspector Dave Meredith posted on Twitter at 7pm, "10 year old boy missing from from Newquay has been found safe and well. Thanks for public support"
He was reported missing after last being seen at Newquay Sports Centre at around 2pm.
Officers, a dog unit and the police helicopter were scrambled to scour the local area.
It was classed as a high risk incident because of the boy's age.
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