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Police appeal for missing Finsbury Park teen

PUBLISHED: 12:41 01 June 2015 | UPDATED: 11:04 02 June 2015

Nathan Mayers

Nathan Mayers

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Police have launched an appeal to find a 13-year-old Hackney boy.

Nathan Mayers was last seen at 4pm yesterday when he left his home in Newnton Close, Finsbury Park.

He did not take money, mobile phone or recently prescribed asthma medication.

Nathan is described as black, 6ft tall and of slim build.

He was last seen wearing a black shiny puffer jacket and black bottoms.

Nathan went missing once before and was located at a central London rail station.

Police are asking anyone with information about Nathan’s whereabouts to call them 020 7275 3404 or 101.

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