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Essex: Missing 13-year-old teenagers Emily Hunter and Jacob Simons found in Norfolk

20:31 06 February 2014

Two missing 13-year-old teenagers from Essex have been found in Norfolk, police have tonight said.

Two missing 13-year-old teenagers from Essex have been found in Norfolk, police have tonight said.

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Two missing 13-year-old teenagers from Essex have been found in Norfolk, police have tonight said.

Emily Hunter and Jacob (known as Jake) Simons were reported missing to police after they failed to attend school on Wednesday.

The teenagers were from the Marks Tey and Coggeshall areas.

In a statement, a spokesman for Essex Police tonight said: “The two missing teenagers Emily Hunter and Jake Simons from Coggeshall have been located in (Norfolk).

“Media are thanked for their assistance with this enquiry.”

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