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Police appealing for information after 16-year-old boy goes missing in Goodmayes

16:30 15 July 2014

Daniel Henshaw, who has now been found after going missing on Monday. [Picture: Redbridge police]

Daniel Henshaw, who has now been found after going missing on Monday. [Picture: Redbridge police]

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A 16-year-old boy went missing yesterday.

Police are appealing for the public’s help in tracing Daniel Henshaw, who was last seen at 1.35pm in Goodmayes Lane, Goodmayes.

The teenager is white, with short brown hair and has a speech impediment. He was wearing a faded red hoodie at the time he vanished.

A spokesman for Redbridge police said Daniel is originally from Devon and may try to make his way back there.

They added that his family and friends are worried and would like him to contact them.

Anyone who has any information on Daniel’s whereabouts should call the missing person unit on 020 8345 2751.

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