Police on the search for missing boy from Lewisham

Police are appealing for help to find a teenage boy who is missing from Lewisham.

Eniscan Dogangun, 13, was last seen at 08:10am on Monday, June 10 when he left for school but he failed to arrive.

Enquiries have revealed that he had travelled from London Bridge to Shepherds Bush on Tuesday, 11 June at 08:53 hours. He may now be in the Reading area.

Eniscan is approx. 5ft 7inches and of slim build.

When last seen he was wearing black 110 Nike trainers but his clothing description is unknown.

His family and officers are growing increasingly concerned for Eniscan’s welfare.

Anyone who has seen him, or knows of his whereabouts is asked to contact officers at the South East Command Unit via 101 quoting reference 19MIS021940.

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