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Boy, 13, from Dagenham missing after attending East Ham party

PUBLISHED: 11:34 07 November 2017 | UPDATED: 11:45 07 November 2017

Taylor-Antony Barrett, who lives in Dagenham, has not been seen since attending a party in East Ham

Taylor-Antony Barrett, who lives in Dagenham, has not been seen since attending a party in East Ham

Katherine McGarry

A desperate mum is appealing for help to find her missing 13-year-old son who snuck out to a party and never returned.

Taylor-Antony Barrett, who has ADHD and lives in Dagenham, has not been seen by his foster parents since attending the party without permission in East Ham on Friday night.

Worried birth mum Katherine McGarry said: “If anyone sees him please tell the police straight away.

“We just want to make sure he is safe and want to know where he is.

“He is not in any trouble whatsoever. Obviously I am really concerned about him.”

Taylor was last seen dressed in white shorts and a grey hooded jacket.

He has got a scar on one eyebrow, blonde hair and is approximately 5ft 4 tall.

Police confirmed Taylor is missing and asked anyone with informaiton to call officers on 101 or Missing People on 116000.

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