Missing 11-year-old French exchange student Robin Godet-Archen found in Plymouth park

Robin has been in the city since Sunday and has limited English 

Loulla-Mae Eleftheriou-Smith
Wednesday 20 April 2016 07:40 BST
11-year-old Robin Godet-Archen has limited English
11-year-old Robin Godet-Archen has limited English (Devon and Cornwall police)

An 11-year-old French exchange student who failed to return to his host family on Tuesday night has been found safe and well.

Robin Godet-Archen was found in Devonshire Park, Plymouth, on Wednesday morning.

He had last been seen at the Guildhall area in the centre of Plymouth at around 5:10pm on Tuesday, and police had grown "increasingly concerned" for his safety.

The French boy, who has been in Plymouth since Sunday and has limited English, was expected to catch a bus in Royal Parade and return to his host family in the Stoke area of Plymouth, but he never arrived.

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Devon and Cornwall police had sent out an appeal for information about Robin, who is about 5ft tall, of slim build, with blond hair. He was last seen wearing a red and blue jacket with a “square” design, a black and white snood, light blue jeans and blue ankle high trainers, and was carrying a denim backpack. Police have thanked the public for htier assistance with the appeal.

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