After a two-day-long search, a teenager was found by mountain rescue groups and taken to hospital. Fiona, Toby and their son were quick to offer support and describe the situation as “every parent’s worst nightmare.” Police confirmed that ‘Leven was discovered by mountain rescue teams in Langdales.
A spokesperson for Cumbria Police said that Leven, 14, of Ulverston was found. He received first aid, and will be taken to the hospital as a precaution after being out in the elements for two days with only limited provisions. Leven Sopwith Nicholson, Yesterday, the couple released a statement saying that they are now just two days away from not having Leven home. This is every parent’s worst nightmare.
We love to walk the fells and do orienteering as a family. That love has been passed on to Leven. However, this experience is quite different from the one above. Leven has left his home in the middle of the night in terrible weather with nothing. He is passionate about the countryside and would not mind staying with anyone.
Leven is 5ft 10ins tall and has ginger curly hair. His grey raincoat may have been his only option.
Leven Sopwith – Nicholson’s family has released a statement. Leven has been missing since October 3. However, this experience is quite different. Our child left our house at night in terrible weather and without clothes, food or shelter. Leven Sopwith Nicholson, We are concerned that Leven is only wearing a shorts and a thin jacket. This situation is not ideal for your child.
Although I cannot put into words the emotions we feel, the support we receive is helping us to stay positive. We are grateful to everyone who shared the appeals and kept an eye on Leven.
We ask that everyone continues to support the police’s efforts to find our child. Even the smallest details can help the police. Please look out for Leven while you’re out and about, and call the police immediately if you spot him. We need your help to find Leven.
Leven, please see this and come home. We all love you and need you home safely.FindLeven14Cumbria Police are very concerned for the welfare Leven.He was last seen at 11.30pm on October 3. He could have traveled anywhere in Cumbria or out of Cumbria. His last sighting was at 11.30pm on October 3. Police believe he was wearing a grey raincoat. They are asking anyone with information to call 101, quoting log 30 of October 4th.