Camden police appeal to find teenage boy missing from care
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Officers are growing increasingly concerned for Tyler’s welfare as he had not made contact with anybody since he went missing.
Police are continuing to appeal for help to find a teenage boy who is missing from care.
Officers in Camden reported sighting Tyler Cordner, 13, in Camden High Street shortly after midnight on Saturday.
Before that, Tyler was last seen at 15:45pm on March 4 in Westminster.
He is described as white, 5ft 5ins and slim with brown hair.
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While he has been reported missing before, officers are growing increasingly concerned for Tyler’s welfare as he had not made contact with anybody since he went missing.
When last seen, Tyler was wearing a black jacket and black zipped top, although it is possible that he may have changed his clothing.He is known to have links to Ashford, Medway and Dartford in Kent, Liverpool, Southampton and Abergavenny in Wales.
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Inspector Kevin Hebdon of Bexley Police said: “Tyler’s welfare is at the heart of this investigation and would also ask anyone who knows of Tyler’s whereabouts to contact police or the charity Missing People.
“I am appealing directly to Tyler to make contact with us to let us know that he is OK.”
Anyone who has seen Tyler or knows of his whereabouts is asked to contact Bexley police on 101 or in an emergency call 999.
Alternatively, call the charity Missing People on 116000.
You can also tweet police via @MetCC.