Police appeal for vulnerable missing teenager from Coventry - The Coventry Observer

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Police appeal for vulnerable missing teenager from Coventry

Editorial Correspondent 27th Nov, 2019 Updated: 27th Nov, 2019

WEST Midlands Police has put out an appeal to help locate a missing vulnerable Coventry teenager.

Joshua Worwood, 18, has not been since since he left his home in Coventry on the weekend.

The teenager, who police say is vulnerable, was last seen getting off the 21 bus in the city centre and walking toward the bus station just before 10am on Sunday (24 November).

He was wearing black pyjama bottoms and a grey Call of Duty top with an orange skull on it, along with a navy coat and navy trainers.

The Observer reported on a national appeal to find Joshua when he went missing for more than three days in June. He was found safe in central London.

A Facebook group called ‘Find Josh’ with more than 7,000 members was set up to share information leading to his safe return.

Joshua is known to use trains and buses, and anyone with information has been asked to contact police on 999.

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