A TEENAGER was rescued by police and firefighters at a derelict listed building in Alloa this week.

Officers raced to Greenfield House on Monday, July 2, after reports of a missing boy.

Emergency services worked together to ensure he could safely “descend” from a part of the building around two meters up.

A Police Scotland spokesperson confirmed to the Advertiser: “Police in Forth Valley were in attendance at Greenfield House, Alloa, after a report of a missing teenager on Monday 2nd July.

“The boy was traced on a part of the building about 6ft off the ground and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service attended to ensure he descended safely.”