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Police seek help to find Bogangar teen

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MP_Liam MULHERONPolice are appealing for help to locate a missing 17-year-old teenager who was last seen at his home in Bogangar on Sunday.

Liam Mulheron (pictured right) was last seen around 4.25pm yesterday and his family and police hold concerns for his safety.

Liam is described as being of Caucasian appearance, about 175cm tall with a slim build and dark hair in a pony-tail. He has a ‘R.I.P’ tattoo on his left forearm and was last seen wearing grey shorts, white t-shirt, black ‘Nike’ runners. He also had a skate board with him.

Police are encouraging anyone who may know his whereabouts, or who may have seen the young man to call triple zero (000) immediately.

 


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