Vulnerable teenager thought missing in Dagenham area
A vulnerable teenager from Northern Ireland is thought missing in the Dagenham area, police are appealing for information.
Spencer Musika, 16, originally of Thamesmead, was last seen at his home in Belfast on October 7 this year before taking a ferry to Scotland, police say.
They add that he then journeyed by coach to Victoria coach station, London, and is believed to now be in the Dagenham area as he has links with Essex.
Investigationg officer PC Rhianne Trill said: “Spencer is a vulnerable teenager and we are concerned about his welfare. Anyone with information should contact us as soon as possible.”
Spencer is described as black with a slim build and approximately 5ft10ins tall.
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Anyone with information should contact Greenwich Missing Person Unit on 020 8284 7713 or police on 101, quoting reference 12MIS033086.
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