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First Published Saturday, 18 October 2008

Bristol Railway Station

Missing teenager spotted at railway station

TEENAGER Gerwyn Morgan was spotted at a Bristol railway station two days after he went missing three weeks ago, it emerged today.

CCTV footage has confirmed a sighting of Merthyr Tydfil schoolboy Gerwyn by a police community support officer (PCSO) at Bristol Temple Meads railway station at 9.45am on September 26 – two days after his family last saw him.

It is not clear if 15-year-old Gerwyn, who has Asperger’s syndrome, had just arrived there or was trying to catch a train to somewhere else.

Today his mother Carole Curtis is travelling to Bristol by car with police officers to make TV and radio appeals.

During the journey, she spoke to Media Wales and said: “I’m on my way to Bristol in case he’s still there. The nearer I’m getting the worse I’m feeling.”

“I’m in a worst state now than ever. Bristol’s such a big place.”

Extensive investigations to trace Gerwyn’s movements are continuing and the police want to hear from anyone who may have seen Gerwyn, or knows where he is to get in touch.

“You won’t be in trouble, please come home” is the message Chief Inspector Ian Bellshaw wants the schoolboy to hear.

“I want Gerwyn to understand that he is not in any trouble – we just need to know that he is safe.

“If he’s worried about getting in trouble for running away then I want him to know that he hasn’t done anything wrong, we just need him to get in touch”.

“Though it is encouraging that we have another sighting of him in Bristol.This was more than 10 days ago and we do not know what has happened to him since.

“There is every possibility that he has now returned to South Wales as there have been further possible sightings of him in the area.”

Source:  http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/south-wales-news/merthyr/2008/10/17/missing-teenager-spotted-at-railway-station-91466-22058186/

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