Fresh appeal for boy missing for a week
Police last night issued a new appeal in an attempt to trace a schoolboy who went missing six days ago.
A police spokesman said: “So far, efforts by police to locate him have been unsuccessful.”
Brittonie Taylor, 15, was last seen last Monday at about 8.10am in the Bakery Lane area of Pembroke. He is said to be dark-complexioned, 5ft 6in tall, of slim build with twists in his hair.
Police said the youngster, known to travel on foot, is said to frequent the Crawl Hill, Dub City and My Lord’s Bay areas in Hamilton Parish.
The police spokesman said anyone with information on the boy’s whereabouts should contact the police switchboard at 295-0011.
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