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Missing Teenager In Bristol
Police are appealing for the public’s help to find a vulnerable missing teenager, believed to be in the Bristol area.
Manh Duc Nong, who is thought to be 15, went missing in the Marksbury Road area of Bedminster on Thursday morning (23rd Oct) at about 9.30am. He has not been seen since.
He is described as Vietnamese, about 5ft 5ins tall with short black hair. It is not known what he was wearing when he went missing.
Manh speaks very little English and may appear confused or shy.
He is not thought to have any money with him.
It is possible that he may try to use a train or bus and Police are urging passengers on trains and buses in the Bristol area to remain vigilant.
The are also urging people to check sheds, garages and outhouses as Manh may seek shelter.
If you see Manh, please contact Broadbury Road police station on the force number 101.
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