Police have renewed an urgent appeal for high risk missing teenager Callum Rensch, from Crowborough and warned the public not to approach him as he is a danger to himself and may be alarmed by contact.
Officers and his family are concerned for his welfare as he is vulnerable and he is not believed to be in possession of a mobile phone or a bank card.
Sixteen-year-old Callum was last seen at his home address around 10pm on Wednesday (May 8) and he may have travelled to Euston railway station in London and beyond. There is an unconfirmed sighting of him in Tonbridge around midday on Thursday and he does have links to Kent.
He is white, about 5’ 8”, of slim build, with dark hair and green eyes. He could be in possession of a black baseball cap, hiking boots, a rucksack and a sleeping bag.
If you see him or have information about his whereabouts, do not approach him, but please dial 999 immediately quoting serial 581 of 09/05.