Teenager Clayton Wilson now located: Thank you

Update Sunday evening, 28th January 2018: Clayton’s whereabouts are now known to his family and he’s been in touch.

Thanks to readers for their assistance with this matter, for all the shares and asking around.



Images Kindly supplied by Clayton’s family.

Great friend of the blog Vicky Devine has been in touch to ask me to share this worrying appeal from Kelley Devine, posted on Facebook 90 minutes ago, looking for cousin Clayton Wilson, who’s been missing since the early hours of Saturday morning (27th January 2018), after last being seen in Brownhills.

Kelley Devine said:

This is my little cousin Clayton Wilson, he has been missing for 24 hours, last seen in a bus shelter in Brownhills at 2am, but has since run off again.

It has now been 24 hours and his family have not heard from him.

He is from walsall wood, usually hangs around the Walsall, Brownhills, Pelsall areas.

If you have seen Clayton , please contact myself or his mom Tracey Wilson or Janet Devine.

The police have been informed and Clayton has been registered as missing.

Alternatively you can contact the Missing People charity on 116 000.

If you have seen Clayton, or know where he is, his family are very worried indeed. Please contact any of the people mentioned above, or call West Midlands Police on 101 or the Missing People charity on 116 000 immediately on 101.

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