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Person went missing in Wolferton Marshes

Person went missing in Wolferton Marshes

Published by KLFM
5:45pm 12th October 2018.

Emergency services were called out after a person went missing on Wolferton Marshes.

Norfolk Police joined Hunstanton Coastguard at around 2pm today (12th Oct).

A grid system was used to pinpoint the location of the person in need.

Thankfully officers managed to get to the casualty safely.

The person didn't need any medical attention and they were left in the care of Norfolk Police.

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