Police now looking for three 16-year-olds missing from Northampton since Saturday

Fresh plea for information over teenage trio's whereabouts

By Kevin Nicholls
Monday, 1st June 2020, 11:39 am
Updated Monday, 1st June 2020, 11:40 am

Northamptonshire Police desperate to find two 16-year-olds now believe a third missing boy is with them.

Officers issued an urgent appeal for help to find teenagers Trevor Gonzo and Dami Aremu, who have not been seen since Saturday (May 30).

But they have now released a fresh plea for information about Bandile Creane, who is also believed to be in the Northampton area.

Trevor Gonzo, Dami Aremu and Bandile Creane all 16 have gone missing from Northampton. Photos: Northamptonshire Police

A spokesman for Northamptonshire Police said: "Trevor Gonzo is 6ft tall of medium build and with short black hair. He was last seen wearing a black tracksuit and black Air Jordan trainers.

"Dami Aremu is 5'10 and of slim build. He is believed to have been wearing a black T-shirt, dark-coloured bottoms and a navy blue Durag on his head.

"Bandile Creane is also 5'10 and of slim build lwith short, black afro hair. He is believed to be wearing grey joggers, black Nike T Shirt and has a grey puffa style jacket with him.

"If anyone has seen these chilldren or has any information about their whereabouts, please call us on 101 quoting missing person references MPN2/1520/20. MPD1/1521/20 and MPN2/1525/20."

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