Police report boy, 17, who went missing almost a month ago and has links to Portsmouth has been found after public appeal
A TEENAGE boy who went missing almost a month ago and has links to Portsmouth has been found after an appeal from Hampshire police.
The teenager, a 17-year-old known as Jayden from the West Midlands, was last seen by his family on May 16.
Hampshire Constabulary launched a public appeal earlier this week as it was believed he had been in Winchester and Portsmouth recently.
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A spokesman from Hampshire Constabulary said: ‘We are pleased to say Jayden has been located. Thank you to everyone who shared our appeal.’