Police are keen to find a 16-year-old boy who went missing from his Rhyl foster home on Saturday 22nd December.
Waheed Ullah Amjri was last seen at Rhyl Railway Station at 1.05pm on Saturday and is believed to have boarded the train to Manchester.
He was due to arrive in Manchester at 2.57pm that day, but has not been seen since and he has made no contact with his foster carers.
It is possible that he may have boarded the London train at Chester.
Waheed, who is of Afghan origin, is described as being of slim build with short curly hair and facial stubble. He was last seen wearing a grey coat, a black jumper, blue jeans and brown trainers.
Waheed is under the impression that he is due to be deported, but he is unaware that he has been given permission to stay in the United Kingdom until 2014.
Anyone with information relating to Waheed’s whereabouts is asked to contact North Wales Police on 101.
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