Missing Drogheda teen located safe and well

Missing Drogheda teen located safe and well

Tibor Csaszar was located safe and well today, gardaí have confirmed.

Gardaí have thanked the public for their assistance.

Earlier: Gardaí seek help tracing missing teen

Gardaí are seeking the public's help in tracing the whereabouts of a missing teenager.

Tibor Csaszar, 14, is missing from the Drogheda area since November 21.

He is described as being 5'7" with dark brown hair, of athletic build with brown eyes.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts are asked to contact Gardaí in Drogheda on 041 9874200.

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