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The 15-year-old boy was last seen at a rural property on Mount Burrell Road, Mount Burrell, about 5pm yesterday (Wednesday 12 October 2022).

He was reported missing to officers attached to Tweed/Byron Police District, who commenced inquiries to locate him.

Following inquiries, the boy was located on a bus between Uki and Nimbin this morning (Thursday 13 October 2022) safe and well.


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