‘Profoundly deaf’ Romford teen in missing person hunt
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Havering Police are searching for a “profoundly deaf” Romford teen who went missing late last night.
Folajimi Ayo-Adenuga, 15, was last seen at 11pm on Straight Road, Harold Hill.
The teenager wears a hearing aid because he is profoundly deaf, according to a police spokesman.
He is described as 6ft tall, of slim build and with a short, Afro hairstyle.
When he disappeared he was wearing a black T-shirt, grey jeans, and white trainers but he also had other clothes with him.
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The 15-year-old has a Freedom Pass Oystercard that allows him to travel free on buses to destinations across London.
He is known to frequent the Harold Hill and Romford areas.
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Anyone with information as to his whereabouts should call police on 101 or charity Missing People on 116 000.