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Bury St Edmunds: Father and son Ethan and Jason Lee found safe and well

09:00 10 January 2014

Ethan Lee hasn't been seen since this morning

Ethan Lee hasn't been seen since this morning

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Police can confirm that a father and son from Bury St Edmunds have been found safe and well in the town.

Officers are concerned for the welfare of Jason (above) as he requires certain medication, which is not believed to be available to him.Officers are concerned for the welfare of Jason (above) as he requires certain medication, which is not believed to be available to him.

Police issued an appeal earlier today, Thursday, January 9, to help trace Ethan Lee and his 7-year-old son Jason. There were concerns for Jason’s welfare as he required certain medication which was not believed to be available to him.

The father and son were located in Bury St Edmunds this evening, safe and well.

Police would like to thank the public and media for their support with this enquiry.

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