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Police appeal to find missing 16-year-old with links to Ilford

PUBLISHED: 07:58 30 October 2018 | UPDATED: 07:58 30 October 2018

Hertfordshire Police are appealing for help to trace 16-year-old Gazem Tageel. Photo: Herts Police

Hertfordshire Police are appealing for help to trace 16-year-old Gazem Tageel. Photo: Herts Police

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Hertfordshire Police are appealing for the public’s help to trace a 16 year old boy with links to Ilford who has gone missing from his Hatfield home.

Gazem Tageel was last seen leaving his home, in Hatfield town, at around 10am on Monday, October 22.

He is described as being black; around 6ft 1in tall, of slim build with curly black short hair.

He was last seen wearing a black coat, a black top, black jeans and black trainers.

He also has links to Stevenage.

Anyone who has seen Gazem is asked to contact police via 101.

If you are with Gazem now or have seen him in the last few moments, please call 999.

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