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Police check out schools after abduction alert

Trevor Veale

POLICE are checking schools in the Clarence Valley following an abduction alert this morning.

So far police have not made an official comment about the extent of the alert, but have confirmed they will be releasing a statement soon.

Police media hope to released a statement this morning.

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