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Missing Steven Gone - Update

Steven Tiffin Railway CCTV

12:15pm 17th June 2014
(Updated 1:35pm 18th June 2014)

Thames Valley Police is appealing for the public’s help in tracing a boy missing.

14 year-old Steven Tiffin was last seen at an address in Century Avenue, Oldbrook, Milton Keynes, at 12.30am on Sunday.

He is white, 5ft 10ins, of slim build with short mousey brown hair.

He was last seen by a relative wearing jeans and a grey hooded top.

Steven is from Buckingham and has links to Aylesbury, Milton Keynes, Oxford and Northamptonshire.

Sgt Lou Heffernan, from Milton Keynes police station, said: “I am appealing for anyone who has seen Steven or anyone matching his description to contact police.

If you see this appeal Steven please call 101 and let us know you are safe.”

If you have any information about Steven’s whereabouts lease call the 24-hours Thames Valley Police enquiry centre on 101 quoting occurrence number 43140092907.

UPDATE Wednesday 18th June

Thames Valley Police say they believe new investigations suggest Steven caught a train from Milton Keynes railway station to London Euston on the morning of Sunday.

He was last seen by a relative wearing jeans and a grey hooded top and is thought to be carrying an army style backpack.

Steven may be using the name Steven Nash.

Det Chief Inspector Richard North from Milton Keynes Force CID said: ""I am appealing for anyone who has seen Steven or anyone matching his description to contact police.

We are growing increasingly concerned about Steven’s whereabouts and believe he may have travelled out of the area to London. However he may well have returned to the Milton Keynes later that day.

If anyone has seen Steven or has any information about his possible whereabouts, please contact me immediately."

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