Grundisburgh: Police concern over ‘crying boy’ seen in village at 5.30am
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POLICE are concerned about the whereabouts of a boy who ran off after crying in Grundisburgh.
The boy, who is about five years old, was seen in Woodbridge Road at about 5.30am on April 30 and was said to be in a ‘distressed state’.
A man spoke to the boy who was crying. When asked his name he ran off along the B1079 towards Burgh.
The boy is described as around 3ft tall, of slim build and short light hair. He was wearing a red or orange coloured t-shirt, blue trousers which were ripped at the bottom and he was carrying a teddy bear.
Police received no other calls in relation to the boy and have not been contacted about any missing person matching his description.
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But due to his distressed state officers are keen to ensure he is safe and well.
Anyone with information should call police on 101.
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