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Diego Farquarson: Willesden boy, 12, missing for more than a week

PUBLISHED: 09:04 11 May 2018 | UPDATED: 09:04 11 May 2018

Diego Farquarson is missing.

Diego Farquarson is missing.

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The family of a 12-year-old boy missing from Willesden for more than a week are “extremely concerned”.

Diego Farquarson is missing.Diego Farquarson is missing.

Diego Farquarson left his home on May 3 and hasn’t been seen since. Police say they have no idea where he may have gone.

Diego is 5ft 7in and is known to wear his hair half in braids and half as an afro, though his family think it may be entirely afro now.

Anyone who sees him can call police on 101 or Brent Missing persons unit on 0208 733 3771.

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