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Police search for missing five-year old boy

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Police search for missing five-year old boy

Post by Pedro Silva on Tue Jul 28, 2009 5:07 am

Middlesbrough Police are involved in a major search for a missing five-year old boy called Rhys Moorehead. Rhys disappeared while playing at his grandparents´house. Rhys is believed to have gone missing from his grandmother´s house in the Marton area of Teeside. Police have said "all available resources" are involved in looking for him. Gerard Tubb, Sky´s North of England correspondent, said Rhys had gone missing with the trycicle he had been playing on. Tubb said: "Police will have made initial inquiries and it looks like they have come pretty quickly to the conclusion that this could be a major incident. I am told that all available resources are involved in the hunt. They will be taking this very seriously and will continue with as many officers as possible into the night". Brian Moorehead, great-uncle of missing Rhys Moorehead: "He´s a lovely little lad and he´s always smiling. I didn´t know he was missing". Rhys was last seen playing in his grandparents´garden at Celadine Close in Marton, Middlesbrough, on his red and orange bike which has also gone missing. Police have searched the local area but initial searches have not yet located the five-year-old. He is described as having blond hair, blue eyes and a medium build. He was last seen wearing jeans, maroon trainers and a red short - sleeved top with a hood. Tony Moorehead, 52, and Sharon Moorehead were namely locally as Rhys´grandparents. Great-uncle Brian Moorehead, 57, of Middlesbrough, told the Northern Echo newspaper: "Rhys is always around his grandparents home. He visits them a lot and they love spending time with him". Brian said Rhys´mother is Melanie Moorehead, and his father is called Michael.

Anyone who thinks they may have seen the five-year-old or anyone with further information is asked to contact immediately Middlesbrough Police on 01642 303126.

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Re: Police search for missing five-year old boy

Post by Catkins on Tue Jul 28, 2009 6:24 am

YAY....HE HAS BEEN FOUND...........


Missing Five-Year-Old Boy Is Found Safe

Breaking News

8:06pm UK, Monday July 27, 2009

A five-year-old boy who sparked a major search after going missing this morning has been found "safe and well".


Rhys disappeared while playing at his grandparents' house

Middlesbrough Police had been looking all day for Rhys Moorhead.

He was found on the street, said Sky's North of England correspondent Gerard Tubb.

Rhys was believed to have gone missing from his grandmother's house in the Marton area of Teesside.

Police have said "all available resources" were involved in looking for him.

Tubb said Rhys had gone missing with the tricycle he had been playing on.

Rhys had last been seen playing in his grandparents' garden at Celadine Close in Marton, Middlesbrough, on his red and orange bike.

Police had searched the local area but initial searches had not located the five-year-old.

He has blond hair, blue eyes and a medium build.

He was wearing jeans, maroon trainers and a red short-sleeved top with a hood.

Tony Moorhead, 52, and Sharon Moorhead were named locally as Rhys' grandparents.

Great-uncle Brian Moorhead, 57, of Middlesbrough, told the Northern Echo newspaper: "Rhys is always around his grandparents home.

"He visits them a lot and they love spending time with him."

Brian said Rhys' mother is Melanie Moorhead, and his father is called Michael.

He said: "Michael and Melanie split up a couple of years ago. The last time I saw him was a couple of months ago, and it was when my brother Tony brought him round to see me.

"He's a lovely little lad and he's always smiling. I didn't know he was missing."

Brian added: "He's boisterous and adventurous, just a typical five-year-old."

"Tony said to me he just disappeared off the face of the earth. One minute he was there, the next he was gone."

Link http://tinyurl.com/l43tcw (Sky News)
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