Festival-goer who went missing at Boomtown Fair found safe and well

A festival-goer who had gone missing after attending the Boomtown Fair in Winchester has been found safe and well. Cameron Crowhurst, a 31-year-old man from Birmingham, was last seen at Basingstoke railway station on August 13, which was the last day of the event.

West Midlands Police confirmed that Mr. Crowhurst has been located and is in a safe condition. The police expressed their gratitude to everyone who shared their appeal for information regarding his disappearance.

Boomtown Fair, the festival held at the Matterley Estate, had earlier stated that Mr. Crowhurst had left the festival grounds on August 13. The annual event attracts thousands of music lovers and spans over several days.

The authorities did not provide any details about where Mr. Crowhurst was found or the circumstances surrounding his disappearance. However, his safe recovery is a relief for his family and friends who were concerned about his well-being.

No further information is available at this time, but West Midlands Police urged anyone with information about the incident to come forward. They can be reached via their social media accounts or by email.

Festival-goers are advised to stay connected with their loved ones, make arrangements for meeting points, and remain cautious while attending large-scale events like the Boomtown Fair.