Missing 12-year-old boy found "safe and well"

Police confirm the 12-year-old from Walsall has been found at a family address in Southampton. He had been missing for five days.

Missing 12-year-old boy has been found

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GREAT NEWS - Missing Walsall boy Jaspreet Khun Khun, 12, has been found safe and well at a family address in Southampton.

Police thank those who helped them in their search:

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We'd like to thank everybody for sharing the appeal to find Jaspreet. Your response and assistance has once again been phenomenal!

Missing boy believed to have used buses

A 12-year-old boy missing from his home in Walsall is believed to have used buses in the area, and police are asking anyone who may have seen him to come forward.

Jaspreet Khun has been missing since Wednesday.

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Missing Jaspreet is believed to have used buses in the area - if you've seen him please call us immediately: http://t.co/1o6E8Yv01W

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Jaspreet Khun Khun, 12, has been missing from his home in Walsall since Wednesday. Seen him? Contact us on 101. http://t.co/IVEb9FrGWE

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Police continue search for missing 12-year-old

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West Midlands Police this morning asked their followers on twitter to help in their search for missing Jaspreet Khun. The 12-year-old from Walsall was reported missing to police on Wednesday 5 March when he didn’t return home from school. The following day there was a sighting of him in Bilston.

Jaspreet is described as Indian, around 4’ tall, slim with has short black hair and brown eyes.

He is a pupil at Aldridge school in Walsall.

At the time of his disappearance, he was believed to be wearing his school uniform consisting of a navy blue blazer, black trousers, a blue shirt with a khaki coloured jacket over the top.

The boy has gone missing four times before over the past year but has always returned safe and well. On one of those occasions he was found in London.

Police extend search to find missing 12-year-old boy

Police have tonight launched a public appeal to find a schoolboy from Walsall who hasn't been seen by his family since Wednesday.

Twelve-year-old Jaspreet Khun failed to return home from Aldridge School three days ago.

A police spokesperson said:

“We’re working hard to find Jaspreet who has a history of going missing. We have spoken to his teachers, friends, family and others who know him. A number of properties have also been visited.

“We’re now extending that search and would urge anyone who has spotted him over the past few days to call us immediately. We just want to know that he is safe and well.”

– Detective Constable Joanne Myatt-Jones, West Midlands Police

Anyone with information on where he is, is asked to contact Walsall Police immediately on the 101 number.

Concerns grow for missing 12-year-old from Walsall

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Police have put out an appeal to find a missing 12-year-old boy from Walsall who hasn't been seen since Wednesday 5 March.

Concerns are growing for Jaspreet Khun, from Norman Road, Park Hall in Walsall, who was reported missing to police shortly before 6pm on Wednesday when he didn’t return home from school.

The boy, who attends Aldridge school, has gone missing four times before over the past year but has always returned safe and well. On one of those occasions he was found in London.

Jaspreet is described as Indian, around 4’ tall, slim and has short black hair and brown eyes.

Anyone with information on where he is, is asked to contact Walsall Police immediately on the 101 number.