Teenager Levi found safe and well, thank you all!

Thanks to all who shared, retweet and kept a look out: Teenage Levi from Brownhills has this morning (Monday 5th March 2018) been found safe and well and is on his way back home.

His mother, Diane, posted the following a few minutes ago:

Just a quick update Levi has been found safe and well he is on his way back home now thank you to each and every one who asked and helped and shared thank you very much xxx

Thank you all – real community at work!

Have you seen Levi? Image posted on Facebook by his Mother, Diane Smith.

I’m asking readers if you could please look out for the lad pictured above, whose name is Levi Smith, he’s 15 years old and lives in the Shire Oak area of Brownhills.

Levi has been missing from home since Friday 2nd March 2018 and is believed to have been seen several times in the Walsall area – but he could be anywhere in the locality. Levi is said to be wearing a black coat with a black cap, white hoody, navy tracksuit bottoms with light grey trainers with bright green around the bottom.

Levi has ADHD but will not have had his medication for a few days so he will is likely to be quite hyper and vulnerable.

West Midlands Police have been informed and they are making enquiries.

If you have seen Levi, or know where he is, you can contact his mother Diane Smith directly via Facebook here, or call West Midlands Police on 101 or the Missing People charity on 116 000 immediately on 101.

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