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Police appeal for help in tracing missing Rainham teenager

18:11 11 February 2014

Police are looking for William Kwayke, 18, who went missing from Rainham. Picture: Met Police

Police are looking for William Kwayke, 18, who went missing from Rainham. Picture: Met Police

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Police are appealing to the public to help trace a missing teenager from Rainham.

William Kwayke, 18, has not been home since January 18 and has not been heard from since February 5.

His mother and police officers are very concerned for his welfare.

He is described as black, approximately 5ft 11ins tall with a medium build. It is not known what he was last seen wearing.

He is known to frequent the Stratford and Forest Gate areas.

It is believed he has no access to money and no Oyster card but may have a mobile phone.

Anyone who has seen him or knows where he may be should call officers at Romford Police Station on 101 or the charity Missing People on 116 000.

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