A TEENAGER missing for two days has been found 'safe and well' by mountain rescue teams.

Leven Sopwith-Nicholson went missing from his home in Ulverston on Saturday.

The 14-year-old has been found 'safe and well' by mountain rescue crews in Langdale, police have confirmed.

He has received first aid and will be taken to hospital as a precaution, having been out in the elements with limited provisions for two days.

Police and Leven's family would like to thank the public and partner agencies for helping share the appeal and search for Leven, it is thanks to everyone's support that he has been located.

Judge and Jury said: "Fantastic work from the mountain rescue."

Mitsi mover said: "The best news."

Barbara Broadhead said: "Well done to the Langdale Mountain Rescue, the Police and other Emergency Services. What a tremendous relief for Leven's family. I'm so glad he is safe."

Home Barrow said: "So glad you're home. You had us all worried."

Jane Mary said: "The family must have been so worried. Glad this story had a happy ending."

Crowder said: "Great news that the young lad has been found."

Dando said: "It is so important that services like these are funded and appreciated for what they are. It's great to see the community come together on this and actually use social media for something good to find the young lad. Can't even imagine how happy his family must be today. Must be a better feeling than anyone else can imagine."