Boy, 12, is missing 24 hours after his family last saw him

Boy, 12, is without money and still missing 24 hours after his family last saw him at home in South East London

  • Patient Nguentha was last seen at his home in Lewisham at 5.30pm yesterday
  • The schoolboy has gone missing before and is known to travel around on buses 
  • He is believed to be wearing grey trainers and a black and grey hooded jumper

A 12-year-old boy is at the centre of a police appeal today after he went missing with no money on him. 

Patient Nguentha was last seen at his home in Lewisham at 5.30pm yesterday and is believed to be wearing grey trainers and a black and grey hooded jumper.

The schoolboy has gone missing before and is known to travel on buses in the Deptford area.   

Patient Nguentha (pictured) was last seen at his home in Lewisham at 5.30pm yesterday and is believed to be wearing grey trainers and a black and grey hooded jumper

Officers are issuing two images of Patient in a bid to trace him as his family and friends have started to worry. 

They’re desperate for him to return home and are asking for the public’s help.

Detective Constable Louise Mayhook, from the Met’s South East Command Unit, said: ‘Patient has now been missing for close to 24 hours and I want to find him and bring him home safely.

‘I am asking the public to please keep their eyes peeled and contact us if they have any information about his whereabouts.’ 

The schoolboy has gone missing before and is known to travel on buses in the Deptford area

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