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Police discover backpack and laptop of missing Belfast teen

Police investigating the disappearance of a 14-year-old boy in Belfast have said they’d discovered a number of items he was last seen with.

Noah Donohoe left his home in south Belfast at approximately 5.30pm on Sunday on his black Apollo mountain bike.

The last confirmed sighting of him was shortly after 6pm that day.

Superintendent Muir Clark said: “Thanks to a call from a member of the public, we have been able to locate and recover Noah’s backpack and laptop computer.

“These items are now being examined by specialist officers, for any information which may help locate Noah.

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