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Australian airman's family reunited with unearthed WW2 dog tag

A World War Two Australian airman's dog tag which was unearthed by a teenager on a Lake District mountain has been returned to his family.

Max Hazlehurst, 13, from Askam, spotted the tag while walking on Black Combe in July.

It belonged to Warrant Officer William Ernest Wills, and following an appeal on social media an Australian historian traced his family to Perth.

Mr Wills died aged 43 but his daughters have said they would like to meet the finder and thank him personally.