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Missing teens found safe and well

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Three teenagers who went missing from their homes on the North Coast earlier this month have all been found safe and well.

On Monday (February 19) police put a call out for anyone who had seen any of the three – 13-year-old Tyson Giles and Alex Cuppitt and 14-year-old Georgina Hills – to contact them.

Later that day, Tyson and Alex were found safe an well but Georgina was believed to still be in the Brunswick Heads area.

Then, yesterday evening, she was also found.

‘Thumbs up to the member of the public who recognised her photo and called police straight away!’ Richmond LAC said on its Facebook page.


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  1. A shame that the young people for whatever reason chose not to notify their loved ones. A great result none the less. Fingers crossed for the future.

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