Police are appealing to trace a missing boy from Cheltenham.
Billy Taylor, 14, left his family home on Saturday night (Feb 6) and has not returned since. He was reported missing yesterday (Feb 8).
Officers believe Billy has been with friends and that his disappearance was not the result of a criminal act. But concern is growing because of his age and vulnerability.
There was an unconfirmed sighting of Billy in the Hester's Way area of Cheltenham yesterday but officers say that Billy has links to Gloucester and could also be there.
Billy is described as white, 5ft 2ins tall, of slim build and with short straight brown hair. He is possibly wearing a blue Nike tracksuit and navy blue Van shoes.
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