London cabbies; did you pick up this boy? Missing teenager last seen entering a taxi at Kings cross

Image credit: Lanarkshire Police

Police in Lanarkshire are re-appealing for help in tracing teenager Kai Rae (16) who was reported missing from the Cambuslang area on Monday, 23 November, 2020.

Following extensive CCTV enquiries, officers have established that Kai travelled to Edinburgh Waverley Station on Monday, 23 November, where he then took a train to London. He was spotted leaving King's Cross Station around 10.10pm on 23 November and got into a taxi at one of the station's taxi ranks.

CCTV images show him wearing a black hoodie with 'GAP' outlined in white letters on the front, dark blue jeans and dark trainers. He was also wearing a black mask, a back pack and carrying a dark blue GAP paper bag.

Inspector Stephen McManus said: "We have a number of resources dedicated to the search for Kai and are working with our colleagues at the British Transport Police and Metropolitan Police as part of our enquiries.

"Kai has been missing for over a week now. It is extremely unusual for him not to be in contact with his family and they are understandably extremely worried.

"We have released these CCTV images of Kai at King's Cross Station to show what he was last seen wearing in the hope that someone may recognise him or know where he may have travelled on to. Perhaps someone spoke to him at either of the train stations or on the trains?

"If Kai sees this appeal, I would ask him to please contact family, friends or police to let us know that he is safe."

Kai is described as white, 5 ft 6 ins tall, slim build with short brown hair.

Anyone who may have seen Kai or has any information on his whereabouts is urged to contact police on 101, quoting reference number 1144 of 23 November.

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