Arthur was last seen by his parents, Caroline and Jeremy, leaving the family home on the morning of Sept 6.Police launched an appeal for Arthur and also received assistance from Facebook and charity Missing People.Last week the teenager’s parents appeared on ITV’s This Morning appealing for information about their son. She said: “Arthur, please, please just make contact with us. We are just desperate to know you are safe. I just don’t think you can possibly realise how agonising this has been for us.”Police said the teenager was found by officers at Honiton railway station after being alerted by a member of the public shortly after 4.30pm on Tuesday.”Arthur is now being reunited with his family,” a force spokesman said.”Officers would like to thank the member of the public who called in and also thank everyone who has assisted with the appeal to find Arthur over the last two months.” His parents appeared on This Morning Credit:Ken McKay /ITV / Rex / Shutterstock He was missing for over two months Credit:SWNS Viewers were read the contents of a letter Arthur had written to his parents, stating that he would return in a year and asking that his parents not try to find him.Mrs Heeler-Frood appealed directly to her son to return home. A schoolboy who ran away from home because he was “bored of his life” has been found.Arthur Heeler-Frood had been missing from his home in Axminster, Devon for more than two months but was found in Honiton – just 10 miles away.Devon and Cornwall Police gave few details but announced on Twitter the search for the 15-year-old was over.The force said: “Arthur Heeler-Frood has been found safe and well in Honiton today. Thank you to all who helped out.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.