Missing: Can you help police find missing teen Kayne Duffy?


Bedfordshire Police is appealing for the public’s help to trace a 15-year-old boy who has been missing repeatedly for the past six months.

Kane Duffy was last seen in Bedford Road, Kempston, on Sunday 12 January, between 6.30 and 7.00pm.

He is described as 5’6”, with short light brown hair, and was last seen wearing a black puffa jacket, grey trousers and black trainers.

As well as Bedford and Luton, Kayne has links to the West Midlands, Manchester and the Peak District.

Detective Inspector Elaine Cook, of the force’s Missing Persons Team, said, “We are increasingly concerned for Kayne’s welfare.

“He is not in any trouble, but due to his transient lifestyle, it has become difficult to trace his whereabouts, and we just need him to present himself at a police station, so we can check he is safe and well.

“It is possible Kayne may be staying with friends or associates and we would remind them too that it is important to come forward to the police if they know where he stays or frequents.”

Anyone with information regarding Kayne’s whereabouts is asked to contact police on 101, quoting reference MPC/90/20.

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