Plea for missing teen to return home
POLICE are searching for a missing teenager who has not been seen for nearly two weeks.Liam Henley, 15, was last seen on Wednesday April 19 when his mum dropped him off at the bus stop at Debenham Leisure Centre.
POLICE are today continuing their search for a missing teenager who has not been seen for nearly two weeks.
As reported on The Evening Star's website yesterday Liam Henley, 15, was last seen on Wednesday April 19 when his mum dropped him off at the bus stop at Debenham Leisure Centre.
Liam, of Mickfield, called home later that day to say he had missed his return bus and would be staying with friends in Ipswich that night but he has not been seen since.
He is white, approximately 6ft 1in, slim and has blond hair.
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Anyone with information should call Sergeant Jane Hertzog on 01284 774 100.
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