Boy from Wembley missing after row with foster carers
Members of the public asked to help trace teenager
Police are asking people for help to find a boy from Wembley who are missing.
Muzafar Iqbal, 13, was last seen at 7pm on Monday, October 3, when he left his foster carers house in Rugby Avenue, following an argument.
Muzafar is Asian, slim and about 5ft tall. He was wearing a grey tracksuit and hooded top with red lining and black trainers.
The teenager has gone missing before and is known for touting for work at Wembley Market on Sundays.
Police Constable Kevin Crowe, from Brent Missing Person Unit, said:
“We would like to trace Muzafar and make sure he is alright or if he needs our help in any way.”
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Anyone with information should call the Brent Police Missing Person Unit on 0208 7333771 or Missing Persons on 0500 700700.