Increased concern after missing vulnerable teenager last seen on train to Peterborough goes missing
Police are growing concerned over the whereabouts of a vulnerable teenager.
Troy, aged 16 and originally from Crawley in Sussex, was last spotted boarding a train at Ifield railway station on Friday (January 14) at 5.06pm.
The train was travelling to Peterborough, but Troy is said to have no links to the area and the reason behind is journey still remains unknown.
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He is described as white, around 5’4″, of slim build and has short dark hair, while he also wears glasses.
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Troy was last seen wearing his school uniform which consists of a navy blue fleece, full length woollen pullover, black trousers and black shoes, as well as a purple and yellow scarf.
Police are working alongside partners including British Transport Police, and are urging anyone who sees Troy to dial 999, quoting serial 936 of 14/01.
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