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Missing: Rainham boy Ta’rion Forde-Sampson, 16

13:02 01 February 2013

Police are searching for Ta

Police are searching for Ta'rion Forde-Sampson. His hair is about two inches longer than pictured here.

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Police are searching for a missing 16-year-old.

Ta’rion Forde-Sampson was last seen leaving his house in Rainham at 8am on Monday, January 24.

He is 5ft 8ins and has dark, afro-style hair that is roughly two inches longer than pictured. Ta’rion is known by his friends as “T”.

Please call the Romford Missing Persons Unit on 101 if you have any information about his whereabouts.

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