A missing Christian mission worker, from London City Mission, has been found safe and well.
Tyson Bradley was reported missing at the weekend, with CCTV footage from Saturday showing him in a lift in a black shirt with orange palm trees on, wearing black shorts and a backpack.
Efrem Buckle, Deputy CEO, at London City Mission announced the good news to Premier on Monday:
"Over the weekend LCM Missionary Tyson Bradley was missing and there were concerns for his safety. We asked for your support and prayers in finding him and we are incredibly grateful to the thousands of people who stood with Tyson and us at this time.
"We are extremely thankful to the Lord and delighted to share that Tyson has been safely found and is now at home.
"We are also very thankful for the diligent efforts of the police who did a truly excellent job."
He added that anyone who wanted to send a short message of support or encouragement should send it to London City Mission, rather than contacting Tyson directly.
Tower Hamlets police in London had asked anyone who had any information about Tyson to call the police on 999.
London City Mission helps vulnerable people and poorer areas by working alongside local churches. Graham Miller, the CEO, posted a picture of himself and Tyson on Twitter, before he was safely found, that said: "We love you so much Tyson. Looking forward to seeing you again soon bro and giving you a hug."
Tyson has a wife and is from Canada, where he went to Bible college before coming to the UK. He did an internship at a church in London and then worked at a centre helping the homeless on Webber Street near Waterloo station. He enjoys giving Bible talks and discussing apologetics to help people find Jesus.