A Melbourne teenager missing for days on the Mornington Peninsula has been located “safe and well,” Victoria Police confirmed on Monday afternoon.
Angus, who lives with autism, was last seen leaving his home in Mount Martha about 11.20am on Friday, carrying a small black backpack.
Angus’ parents Sukanya and John said the teenager left home with just the backpack and did not have a phone or money with him.
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“He is obsessed with first aid and with survival and firefighting,” his mother said on Monday.
“Normal kids get pocket money and they go to the lolly shop. He goes to the chemist and buys first aid supplies and makes survival kits.”
Sukanya said Angus had gone missing twice before but never for quite as long.
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