Police in West London are urgently searching for a young boy who has been missing for five days. 13-year-old Blake was last seen at his home in Brentford last Thursday (February 24).
The Met Police have launched an urgent appeal to the public for their help in finding him, asking those with any information to contact them by calling 101, quoting reference 22MIS006625.
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In the appeal, the force posted a picture of Blake wearing a black blazer, red jumper and tie. It is not known if this is what he was wearing when he was last seen.
On Twitter, Ealing Police said: “Missing Person. Can you help find Blake, 13, who is missing from Brentford? He was last seen at home on February 24, 2022.”
“If you have seen Blake, or know of his whereabouts, please call 101, quoting reference 22MIS006625.”
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Many social media users expressed their concerns for the boy’s safety as well as their hopes that he is found soon. “Hope Blake is found safe soon,” said one. “So sad – I know him from my son’s primary school. His sister must be pulling her hair out,” wrote another.
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