Helicopter and police cars called to find missing 12-year-old from Watford

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First published in News Watford Observer: Photograph of the Author by , Senior Reporter

Police cars and a helicopter helped find a 12-year-old from Watford who went missing this afternoon.

Hertfordshire Constabulary was called to Watford Junction, in Station Road, at about 2.50pm after the boy’s concerned family alerted them to his disappearance.

The British Transport Police helped Hertfordshire Constabulary officers find the young boy at Watford Junction.

He was found safe and well.

 

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6:12pm Tue 12 Aug 14

latexjeans29 says...

I was gonna say, Hertfordshire Police lol At a railway station. They can barely patrol Herts (without going on about how they lower crime in a low crime county anyway". Don't let Herts anywhere near railway stations get Transport Police always.
I was gonna say, Hertfordshire Police lol At a railway station. They can barely patrol Herts (without going on about how they lower crime in a low crime county anyway". Don't let Herts anywhere near railway stations get Transport Police always. latexjeans29
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