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Jasper, the border collie who sparked a huge internet campaign after he went missing on England’s highest peak, has been found safe and well.
The dog, who was last seen by owner Adam Nolan as he climbed Cam Spout Crag below Scafell Pike in the Lake District on Sunday, was discovered by a search party on Thursday morning, according to the ‘Find Jasper’ Twitter feed.
It said: “We can confirm Jasper has been found and now on his way home with Adam Thank You everyone, such fantastic news pls #RT”.
Jasper was spotted by a member of the public, Geoff Horky, at 2am on Thursday near to where he went missing, and mountain rescuers were called in.
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