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Police find missing 12-year-old boy from Felixstowe

PUBLISHED: 12:43 27 May 2017 | UPDATED: 15:17 27 May 2017

Police say the missing boy has been found. Picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY

Police say the missing boy has been found. Picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY

Police have found a 12-year-old boy from Felixstowe who had been missing since Friday evening – he was found shortly after officers issued a description in a bid to track him down and let his family know he was safe.

Caspar Rudomino was reported missing at 9.45pm on Friday night. He had been last seen at 6.30pm the same evening in Church Road, Felixstowe but he has not been seen since.

Police said Caspar had been found at lunchtime on Saturday and he was safe and well. They thanked the public for helping in the search.

Earlier police had issued a description of Caspar and his prompt discovery was a relief to everyone involved in the search.

They were especially concerned because he had never been reported missing before.

However to everyone’s relief the search could be called off within 20 hours of the youngster first being reported missing by his worried family.

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