Police appeal after officers admit they are “extremely concerned” for the welfare of a missing teenage boy
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Bedfordshire police are appealing for information to find a missing teenage boy.
Adam Clough, 16, was last seen at approximately 7am yesterday morning (Monday) after leaving his home address in St Neots Road, Sandy.
Officers have confirmed that Adam has learning difficulties and is considered vulnerable, and are extremely concerned for his welfare.
He is described as white, approximately 5’6”, slim, and was last seen wearing a green bomber style jacket, jeans, and a dark coloured baseball cap.
A number of resources have been deployed to help look for Adam, including the police helicopter and a 12-person team from the Midshires Search and Rescue.
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INFO: Anyone who has any information on Adam’s whereabouts is asked to contact police on 999, quoting reference number 76 of September 26.
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