Helicopter company hands back Tony Lethbridge's $1000 after Blacksmiths dad hired the chopper to find his missing son

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Updated January 18 2018 - 7:02pm, first published 5:30pm
GENEROUS: Helicopter pilot Lee Mitchell - of Skyline Aviation Group - was part of the search which located missing Blacksmiths teenager Samuel Lethbridge, pictured with his sister Megan.
GENEROUS: Helicopter pilot Lee Mitchell - of Skyline Aviation Group - was part of the search which located missing Blacksmiths teenager Samuel Lethbridge, pictured with his sister Megan.

The helicopter company involved in Monday’s search for missing teenager Samuel Lethbridge has returned the money the 17-year-old’s father paid to launch a desperate hunt for his missing son. 

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Max McKinney

Journalist at Newcastle Herald

Max McKinney is a sports reporter with the Newcastle Herald. He previously worked in news, covering mainly local government and transport. Max mostly reports on the Newcastle Knights, but also covers a mix of local sport.

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