Missing Leeds boy Keyvan found safe and well

Keyvan Zolfaghary
Keyvan Zolfaghary
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A 13-year-old boy who went missing from his home in Leeds on Friday evening has been found safe and well, police say.

Keyvan Zolfaghary was last seen at his home address in Headingley at about 6pm on Friday when he left to visit a friend in Meanwood.

Police issued an urgent appeal for information about his whereabouts and said they were very concerned for his safety. A spokesman said today that Keyvan was found safe and well yesterday.

The force said: “Residents and members of the media are thanked for their assistance.”

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