Police in the Dominican Republic have reportedly located two teenagers who have run away from a British boarding school.
Local police are believed to have located Edward Bunyan and Indira Gainiyeva at a beach resort after they landed in the country's capital Puerto Plata but have yet to approach the teenagers, according to the Telegraph.
The families of the pair, both 16, are said to be "desperately concerned".
Meanwhile, fellow pupils at the £30,000-a-year private school took to social media - using the hashtags #WheresBunyan and #WheresIndira - to try and find news of their friends.
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