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    Missing Boy of 7

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    Missing Boy of 7

    Post by Admin on Wed May 09, 2012 7:28 pm

    A fuming father has told how a school failed to notify him when his seven-year-old son went missing.
    Keaton Wyles is said to have completed a treacherous walk home across two busy main roads after strolling out of his school’s open gates.

    His father Adam Wyles, 31, claims staff took 20 minutes to contact police and failed to notify him of his son’s disappearance.

    The youngster was eventually returned to Greenfields Community Primary School, Maidstone, Kent, by staff after he was spotted outside his family home.
    Headteacher Dan Andrews said staff 'followed the correct procedure' and Keaton was 'not wandering around on his own'.

    But Adam was left furious and is calling on the school to tighten its security.




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