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Concerns grow for teen missing more than 10 days

CONCERN is growing for a teenage boy missing from Toowoomba since May 1, with police renewing an appeal for information.

The teenage boy, 16, was last seen near the intersection of South St and Drayton Rd in Harristown about 6.15pm on Monday, May 1.

He was last seen wearing blue Nike shoes, a pair of black shorts and a black T-shirt.

Toowoomba police are appealing for information in relation to a teenage boy, 16, last seen in Harristown on May 1.
Toowoomba police are appealing for information in relation to a teenage boy, 16, last seen in Harristown on May 1. Contributed

Police hold concerns for his welfare as he has not been heard from for more than 10 days.

He is described as Aboriginal in appearance, about 173cm tall with a slim build, brown hair and brown eyes.

Police are urging anyone who may have seen the boy to contact Policelink on 131 444 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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