Thames Valley Police has launched an urgent appeal to find 14-year-old Moneim Mohammed who was reported missing in Bradford, West Yorkshire, on Friday 1st May.
Moneim is around 5ft 7ins tall with a large build. Police believe that he could be in the Aylesbury area.
He was last seen wearing a grey tracksuit and a blue jacket.
Inspector Darren Deane, based at Aylesbury police station, said:
“Moneim was originally reported missing from his home address in Bradford, but we believe he is now in the Aylesbury area.
“We’re very concerned for Moneim’s welfare, and would appeal to anybody who sees Moneim to call us immediately on 999.
“We need to ensure that Moneim is safe and well, which is why we would ask you to treat any sighting of his as an emergency.
“Similarly, if you think you may know where he could be, please call 101, quoting URN 1224 (5/5).
“I would also appeal directly to Moneim, if you see this message, please get in touch with either your family or police.
“You’re not in any trouble, but we want to ensure that you are safe.”
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