Great news from West Midlands Police – missing Walsall teenager Jaspreet Khun Khun from Park Hall been now been found safe and well.
West Midlands Police made the following statement 30 minutes ago:
GOOD NEWS: Missing Walsall teen Jaspreet Khun Khun has been found safe and well.
Jaspreet, 13, was last seen on Thursday 26 May and was found late last night.
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West Midlands Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of teenager Jaspreet Khun Khun, who has gone missing from his home in Park Hall, Walsall, and are appealing for the public’s help in finding him.
They issued the following press release this morning:
We’re searching for missing Walsall teen Jaspreet Khun Khun
The 13-year-old, who has been reported missing before, was last seen at his home on Raven Road, in the Park Hall area Walsall at around 7pm on Tuesday 26 May. His disappearance was reported to police just over two hours later when an investigation was immediately launched.
As part of their efforts to find Jaspreet, officers have spoken to his family and friends, searched a number of properties and visited places he is known to frequent.
When missing before, he has been found in Walsall, Wolverhampton, West Bromwich, Telford and even Southampton. Other police forces have been informed of his disappearance.
Jaspreet is described as being of Indian heritage, around 4ft tall and slim. He has brown eyes, short black hair and a light moustache. He speaks with a local accent.
At the time he went missing Jaspreet is believed to have been wearing blue jeans, black shoes and a grey hoody.
Jaspreet or anyone who knows where he is should call West Midlands Police on 101 or the Missing People charity on 116 000 immediately on 101.
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