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FOUND: JOSHUA BROWN (15YO)
A teen who went missing from home in Worsley has once more turned up safe and well.

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Updated:  22/01/18

  Police are no longer looking for Joshua Brown, he has returned home safe and well.

 

Greater Manchester Police and the family of a teenage boy from Walkden are appealing for information as to his whereabouts after he has gone missing for the second time in weeks.

Joshua had been reported missing before Christmas but thankfully turned up safe and well on Christmas Eve, however after spending 4 days at home over the festive period he has now since gone missing again.

He left home to go to a friends on the 29th of December and has not been seen since.

His family are once more left devastated as they try to find him again.

Joshua is described as being white, approx 5ft 10 with short cut mousey blonde hair.

He is believed to have last been seen wearing a black North Face hooded top and a pair of black trousers.

Anybody with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to contact police on 101, quoting missing person reference MP/15/0092401.

Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.


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