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Missing Houghton man found

Layton Wood

6:48am 13th October 2017
(Updated 12:55pm 13th October 2017)

Police appealing for help to trace a missing Houghton man, have said he's now been found.

35 year old Layton Wood, was last seen on Collingwood Drive in Shiney Row, just after midnight this morning (Friday October 13th).

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