Hunt for Stevenage boy missing since Monday

A family are anxious to find a 14-year-old Stevenage boy who went missing on Monday.

Police have been called in to help find Charlie Kettle who was taken to a bus stop in Waltham Cross by his aunt to make his journey back to Stevenage on Monday morning. He never arrived at his Lonsdale Road home.

There was a possible sighting of him at Finsbury Park rail station at around midnight that night.

He is described as white, around 5ft 5” tall, of stocky build, with shaven blond hair. He was last seen wearing a grey hooded jacket, grey Adidas jogging bottoms, dark blue Diadora trainers and a blue baseball cap with ‘hater love me’ on the front.

Detective Inspector Neil Warring who is overseeing the investigation said: “We are very concerned for Charlie’s welfare and need to trace him as soon as possible. Charlie has connections in the North London area as well as Waltham Cross and Stevenage, and it is possible that he is staying with friends.

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“If you have any information which will help us to trace Charlie we would urge you to contact us as soon as possible. His family are very worried and just need to know that he is safe.”

If you can help call DI Warring via 101.

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