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1 May 2013, 09:20 | Updated: 1 May 2013, 09:23
Suffolk Police are trying to trace a five-year-old boy after he was seen in a distressed state in Grundisburgh.
Suffolk Police are appealing for information after a young boy was seen in a distressed state in Grundisburgh yesterday morning, Tuesday 30 April.
Police received a report stating that the boy, aged around 5-years-old was seen in Woodbridge Road at around 5:30am and spoken to by a member of the public. The boy was said to have been crying and when asked his name he ran off along the B1079 towards Burgh.
He is described as around 3ft tall, approximately 5-years-old, of slim build and short light hair. He was wearing a red/orange t-shirt, blue trousers that were ripped at the bottom and he was carrying a teddy bear.
Police received no other calls in relation to the boy and have not been contacted about any missing person matching his description, however due to his upset nature officers are keen to ensure that he is safe and well.
If anyone saw the boy or may know who he is they are asked to contact police immediately on 101.