Mother makes emotional appeal for missing son

Rhys Moore-Campbell has been missing since 29 September pic: missingpeople.org.uk

The mother of a missing Lewisham teenager has made an emotional plea for more information about her 13-year-old son. 

In a video posted on Facebook, Shirleen Moore begged the public to stay vigilant looking out for Rhys Moore-Campbell and for any information about where he might be. 

According to police, Rhys, last seen in Mountsfield Park in Catford at 2:30pm on September 29, is extremely vulnerable. 

“Rhys you are somewhere out there please come home; you know it doesn’t matter what time it is Rhys… You know mum will always come and open that door for you. Please just come home.” 

Moore said in the video: “Rhys you are somewhere out there please come home; you know it doesn’t matter what time it is Rhys… You know mum will always come and open that door for you. Please just come home.” 

Posted by Shenuma Kashta on Saturday, 7 October 2017

Rhys is 5’6, of slim build and has distinctive dark brown eyes with long eyelashes. He was last seen wearing green jogging bottoms with silver zips on the sides, a black coat, black hi-top Jordan trainers and a green camouflage bag with a black strap. Rhys doesn’t have a mobile phone, oyster card or money.  

Anyone with information should call 101. 

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  1. Leo Ofori October 12, 2017

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