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Missing Tipperary boy ‘Fionn Bates’ found safe and well

An appeal was launched by gardaí earlier for a missing 5-year-old boy named Fionn Bates who went missing from his home in Clonmel yesterday.

A garda spokesperson stated that “An Garda Síochána believe Fionn is in the company of his father, Adrian Bates”.

It was added that “Gardaí believe that Fionn and Adrian travelled from Clonmel in a Silver Toyota Yaris with registration number 01MH2316”.

Gardaí have thanked the public for their assistance.


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