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Teenager found safe in north Norfolk after police appeal

08:35 18 June 2012

Kieran Adams, 13, who went missing overnight and was found in Wells-next-the-Sea.

Kieran Adams, 13, who went missing overnight and was found in Wells-next-the-Sea.

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A teenage boy who went missing while visiting family in north Norfolk last night has been found safe and well.

Police became concerned for the welfare of Kieran Adams, 13, after he went missing shortly before 11pm last night.

He was last seen in Northfield Crescent in Wells-next-the-Sea, leaving on a yellow pushbike.

The teenager, who lives in Hertfordshire, had been visiting relatives when he went missing.

Officers from Norfolk Police this morning confirmed that Kieran had been found safe and well in the Wells area.

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