UPDATE: Major search brought to a swift conclusion as missing St Neots three-year-old boy is found ‘alive and well’

18:18 21 February 2014

Police car.

Police car.

Archant

A three-year-old boy who went missing in St Neots has been found.

Officers launched a search for a boy who was last seen in Eynesbury at about 3pm. Police were looking in the Duck Lane and Springbrook areas of the town and he was located just after 6pm.

He is described as white, blond hair and is wearing blue pyjamas with black stars.

0 comments

More news stories

Yesterday, 10:11
Jack Ledsham has outgrown his current power wheelchair

The mother of a disabled teenager from St Neots is appealing to the public to help her raise the money to buy a new powered wheelchair.

Yesterday, 07:30
The specially adapted bikes which are becoming increasinly popular at Hinchingbrooke County Park.

Rangers at Hinchingbrooke Country Park are looking to recruit maintenance volunteers to help look after a set of specially adapted bikes.

Yesterday, 07:14
Left to right: Peter Menczer, clerk and trustee; Mia Davis, resident; Mike Baker, chairman and trustee; Angela Watts, resident, and Chris McCrae, architect.

The refurbishment work completed on the Huntingdon Almshouses in 2011 has won the Almshouse Associations Patrons Award.

Yesterday, 07:00
Mark Lloyd

Mark Lloyd, the £190,000 a year chief executive of Cambridgeshire County Council, is to take an eight per cent pay cut – around £15,000 a year- to head up the Local Government Association.

Most read stories

Most commented stories

Digital Edition

Image
Read the Hunts Post e-edition today E-edition