Police are appealing for information to help trace a missing 13-year-old boy from Hammersmith.Elias Chentouf was last seen on Friday at around 5pm in the Ladbroke Grove area.
He's 5ft 1inches, of medium build with thick eyebrows and a mole above his lip. Elias was last seen wearing his school uniform of blue trousers, blue top with a black body warmer with black and blue Nike trainers.
At first glimpse you could be forgiven for thinking that artist Banksy had struck again on the streets of London. A distinctive image of a man in a bowler hat, holding a green tea cup, has appeared next to a phone box in Shepherd's Bush.
But Banksy has played down speculation that he's behind the work of art on Wells Road. In a brief and rare statement on Twitter he said: "Not by banksy, but I like it."
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Glastone Pusey is described as between 5 foot 5 inches to 5 foot 7 inches in height, medium build. He is originally from Jamaica.
Police are asking anyone who sees Gladstone Pusey or knows of his whereabouts to contact Westminster Police on 101 quoting reference 14MIS005566 or to remain anonymous, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
- CCTV images show Gladstone Pusey got off a bus in Church Lane, NW9
- He then walked in the direction of Slough Lane
- Police say his disappearance is completely out of character
- He is known to visit his allotment in Brent, but has not been seen
A pensioner has vanished after getting off a bus in north west London. 73-year-old Gladstone Pusey has not been seen early Monday morning. He left home in Queen's Park, and was later seen on CCTV on a night bus in Willesden at around 5:40am. He has not gone missing before.
Police appealing for information over the whereabouts of 13-year-old Danielle Rodriguez from Hammersmith have reported she has returned home.
Danielle had been missing since Monday afternoon.
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“These works are simply unavoidable and must be done now, to make sure the road surface holds up for the next decade. Of course, if there was any way we could keep the road open then we would.
“We are doing everything we can to keep disruption to residents to a minimum and we apologise for any temporary disruption this may cause.”