A Brighton teenager who was reported missing has turned up safe and well.
Jack Winstanley, 16, had been missing for four weeks when he went to the police station in John Street, Brighton, yesterday (Monday 17 June).
He had not been seen since Monday 20 May and last week Sussex Police issued a public appeal for help finding him.
The force said today (Tuesday 18 June): “Teenager Jack Winstanley, from Brighton, reported missing after last being seen at home on May 20, has turned up safe and well.
“The 16-year-old walked into Brighton’s John Street police station on Monday afternoon (17 June) and made himself known to officers.
“Thanks to all who helped spread the word that he was being sought.”