Man missing from Liskeard has been found 40 miles away

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Devon and Cornwall Police have confirmed that missing man Trystan Harris, who left his accommodation in Liskeard on foot, has been found - 40 miles away.

Concerns for Trystan's welfare were raised after he was last seen on the evening of Thursday, June 6 leaving his accommodation in the town before walking towards the A38. He was know to like areas in Devon and has previously visited the Plymouth, Ivybridge and Yealmpton areas.

Police stressed that while he was only on foot, Trystan was "fit and agile and capable of walking long distances"


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Thankfully Trystan was spotted at around 1.10am today, June 9, in the area of Ashburton in Devon. He was picked up by police and returned to the care of support workers.

Devon and Cornwall Police have offered their thanks to all those who helped share the appeal and alerted police to potential sightings.

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