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17/01/2021

Second appeal issued by Gloucester council in search for missing boy, growing concerns among locals

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On September 4th, Gloucester court issued a second appeal to locate a local boy who went missing last week. 

Daniel Roche, a 14-year-old teenager from Gloucester, went missing last week on Tuesday, August 25, around 3.15 pm. The last known location of the boy was on Hailes Road, Gloucester. 

The first appeal for finding the missing teenager was reported on August 26. Since then, there were no confirmed sightings or any means of communication from him.

Since the first appeal was unsuccessful, Gloucestershire Constabulary is now looking forward to getting positive results while issuing a second appeal to search for the missing teenager. 

The police reported about the growing concerns in the community and the search for the missing boy is their top priority now.

As per the description from the locals, Daniel was a teenage boy with 5ft 6inches height and brown curly hair. He was seen repeated times outdoors wearing a dark-framed glass. 

According to the reports, the police found connections to this boy with areas like Matson, Coney Hill, and Longlevens. He was last seen on Hailes Road around 3.15 pm last week. As seen by the locals, he was wearing black jogging bottoms paired with a black bomber jacket and white trainers. 

All the locals are requested by the police to report on any information available on Daniel. Anyone with information can call up 101 and connect with the police department, referring them incident number 324 and provide necessary information regarding the missing person.

Additionally, one can call up the missing people charity on 116 000 and drop the information there. 

The Gloucester police department tweeted the awareness regarding the missing person. 

“We’re appealing for information to help locate 14-year-old Daniel Roche who was last seen in #Gloucester yesterday and has been reported missing. Officers are concerned for his welfare and anyone with info is asked to call 101 with inc 324 of 25 Aug.”

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