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Update: Missing teen is found

15:17 22 February 2013

Jayson Bouyer, aged 15 years, from Dandalan Close, Ipswich has not been seen by his family since 6am on Tuesday 19 February.

Jayson Bouyer, aged 15 years, from Dandalan Close, Ipswich has not been seen by his family since 6am on Tuesday 19 February.

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A 15-YEAR-old Ipswich boy has been found safe and well.

Jayson Bouyer, from Dandalan Close, Ipswich, had not been seen by his family since 6am on Tuesday. He was reported missing to police at 10pm that evening.

Police confirmed today he has been found safe and well and thanked the media and members of the public for their assistance with this appeal.

Jayson was seen at the skate park near to Stoke Bridge on Wednesday.

Police carried out a number of enquiries to try to locate Jayson.

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