Missing Chorley boy, 14, found safe and well following public appeal
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Adam Khalifa, from Chorley, was reported missing after he disappeared in the Leyland area on Saturday, October 8.
Lancashire Police launched a public appeal to help find the 14-year-old and urged anyone with information to come forward.
On Tuesday (October 18), officers confirmed Adam had been found “safe and well” on Monday night.
“You may remember yesterday we asked for your help to find 14-year-old Adam,” a spokesman for Lancashire Police said.
“Just to update you, Adam was found safe and well last night.
“Thank you to everyone who shared our appeal.”
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