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London cabbies urged to help locate missing teenager last seen captured on Euston Station CCTV

Image credit: Met Police Camden

London taxi drivers have been urged to report any sightings of missing teenager, Dillon Duffy, who was last seen in the capital.

The 18-year-old's phone has been off since Tuesday afternoon, and his mother, Donna, reports that several of his social media accounts appear to have been deactivated.

Dillon is described as a white male, around 5ft 9in tall, with a medium build and short, 'dirty blonde' hair. When last seen, he was wearing a dark grey North Face hooded jacket with a white logo on the chest, black slim-fitting tracksuit bottoms, and black and grey Nike trainers with white soles. He was also carrying a black Puma backpack and wearing a beige baseball cap.

Dillon was last seen by his family when his mother dropped him off near an Asda supermarket in Chadderton, Oldham, at 8am on Tuesday 18 June. Although he was supposed to go to work, he never arrived. It has since been confirmed that he took a train to Stoke from Manchester Piccadilly station around 3.35pm, and then another train to London Euston.

CCTV footage captured Dillon leaving Euston station and heading towards a taxi rank.

A Metropolitan Police spokesperson for Camden also stated that Dillon, originally from Greater Manchester, was last seen on the evening of 18 June, wearing a black hooded jacket, grey cap, black tracksuit bottoms, and black and grey trainers.

Anyone with information on Dillon’s whereabouts is urged to contact the police on 101, referencing 01/491880/24.


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