Stonyhurst Boarding School in Lancashire has issued a statement after two of their pupils went missing on Monday. It reads:
Two of our sixth formers left the College during the course of Monday morning and we have been working closely with their families and with the police since then. We understand from the police that they may be overseas, and we are awaiting more news. Our main concern is to be sure that they are safe and sound, and to reunite them with their families as soon as possible.
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