Nearly one month since 16-year-old boy went missing from Milton Keynes

    It has been nearly one month since 16-year-old Kwame Agyapong went missing from Milton Keynes.

    Kwame Agyapong was last seen in Stantonbury on Wednesday 28th July at around midday.

    Thames Valley Police has been actively appealing for information leading to his whereabouts but despite this, he still remains missing. 

    Kwame is black, 5ft 8ins tall and has a medium build. His hair is black and styled into dreadlocks and the sides are shaven. It is not known what he was wearing when he was last seen.

    The appeal for information has been circulated in Milton Keynes and beyond, with national charity Missing People also spreading awareness about his disappearance. 

    Kwame is known to frequent Stantonbury, Central Milton Keynes, Shenley Church End and Crownhill.

    People that have any information about where Kwame is, or could be, should contact Thames Valley Police either by making a report online or by calling 101.

    Please quote reference number 43210337439 when making any reports.

    Those who wish to help raise awareness can download and print posters with the details by clicking here.

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