A TEENAGER has gone missing with police and his family fearing for his welfare.
Justin Kirk, 19, was last seen in Westfield Road, Benson, at about 8pm last night.
Investigating officer, Sgt Rhys Miles said: “Justin’s family is extremely concerned for his welfare and desperately want him to come home.
“If you are reading this Justin, please get in touch with your family or police so we know you are safe and well.”
Thames Valley Police described the young man as about 6ft 2in tall, of medium build, with brown hair and blue eyes.
He was last seen wearing blue jeans, a turquoise long sleeved top and green and grey trainers.
Call 101 with information.
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