POLICE searching for missing Tipton St John teenager Daniel Chambers, 15, today [December 16th] located the body of a male. A police spokesperson said: “The body was found in a field near Tipton St John around 11.35am during a police search for Daniel who was last seen on Wednesday morning. “Formal identification is yet to be carried out but Daniel’s family has been informed.
Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of a 15-year-old from Tipton St. John, who has links with Beer and Sidmouth. Daniel Chambers was last seen at his home address by his parents at 7.30am on Wednesday December 13th. A police spokesperson said: “Daniel usually catches the bus to school from the Golden Lion in Tipton St. John at approximately 8.15am but was not seen getting onto the bus yesterday morning. “It is believed he likes to frequently visit Sidmouth and Beer.
THE sight of youths allegedly high on ketamine has prompted a concerned mother to try to start a youth club in Seaton. A committee is set to be formed next month to explore the possibility of opening a club. Julie Legg became very concerned when seeing what she said was drug use among a large group of young people at the beach on the evening of Friday, November 24th. She was so concerned that she called a public meeting for December 6th about children and drugs.
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Selecting a term
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