Police are appealing to the public for help in finding a 16-year-old boy who went missing in Cheshire and has not been seen since Saturday.
Tyler Hawitt, described by police as around 5ft tall with mousey brown hair and possibly carrying two bags, was last seen at 6pm on May 8 in Widnes.
Today Cheshire Police turned to the public as fears grow for his whereabouts.
Tyler Hawitt was last seen at 6pm on Saturday and has not been sighted since. Today Cheshire Police turned to the public as fears grow for his whereabouts
Inspector Neil Anson said: 'As time goes by we are becoming increasingly concerned for Tyler's welfare.
'I'd urge anyone who sees Tyler to contact police so that we can return him to his family who are very worried about him.'
Tyler is described by police as around 5ft tall with long mousey brown hair - usually covered up with a hooded top.
He was last seen wearing a grey cagoule type top with a jumper underneath, black jogging bottoms and black trainers.
He may be in possession of two small bags.
Anyone who sees him or has any information regarding his whereabouts should call police on 101 quoting IML 983251.