****UPDATE: Riley has now been found safe-and-well****
West Yorkshire Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the safety and welfare of a 12-year-old boy who has gone missing in Leeds.
In response to the missing boy, West Yorkshire Police have asked for the public’s help to find him.
Rily was last seen at 8 pm on Saturday 9th May when he went missing from Morley.
He is described as 5ft 4ins tall, slim, with short brown hair and glasses.
He was last seen wearing grey jogging pants, a blue t-shirt, white trainers, and a green camouflage-style jacket with a sheepskin collar.
He has links to Leeds and Baildon.
Detective Inspector Richard Holmes, of Leeds District CID, said:
“We are becoming increasingly concerned for Riley’s welfare given his young age and the length of time he has now been missing.
“It is out of character for him to go missing like this and we urgently need to hear from anyone who has seen him or who has any information that could help to trace him.
“We are continuing to carry out a range of enquiries to find him and ask that anyone who can assist with any sightings or other information contacts us immediately.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact Leeds District CID via 101 quoting log number 3009 of 9th May or online via www.westyorkshire.police.uk/101livechat
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