Worried mother of Derby teenager asks son “to get in touch” after not being seen for a week
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The mother of a Derby teenager who has been missing for a week has asked her 17-year-old son to get in touch to let them know he is safe.
Junaid Hamayun left his family home in Normanton on Friday 8 October and travelled to Broomfield College. However, he did not return home as expected later that day.
Enquiries by officers have found that Junaid visited the Costa Coffee shop in Kingsway retail park at 9am on Sunday 10 October.
Today Junaid’s mother, Noreen, has urged her son to get in touch, she said: “Junaid, I am really worried about you, about how you are, where you are and how you are feeling.
“Please get in touch, we all love you so much, miss you and want you back in our family.
“It doesn’t matter what has happened, I’m not cross or angry I’m just really scared right now. Please just let somebody know where you are and that you are safe.
“If that isn’t me that you call that is fine – just please call someone.
“We all love you so much. Please come home.”
Junaid, who is around 5ft tall and has short black hair, was last seen wearing black jogging bottoms, a black sweatshirt and a light blue jacket, grey Adidas trainers with red stripes, and was carrying a black rucksack.
Anyone who has seen Junaid, or has any information about his current whereabouts, is asked to contact Derbyshire police using any of the below methods, quoting incident 966 of 8 October:
Facebook– send us a private message to /DerbyshireConstabulary
Twitter– direct message our contact centre on @DerPolContact