Police issue urgent appeal as four teenage boys go missing 'on camping trip'
Police have issued an urgent appeal for help to find four teenage boys who have gone missing in North Wales.
Jevon Hirst, Harvey Owen, Wilf Henderson and Hugo Morris were last seen in Gwynedd on Sunday morning (November 19), North Wales Live reports. They had been in the Harlech and Porthmadog areas.
Officers believe the four boys are together. They were travelling in a Silver Ford Fiesta with the registration plate HY14GVO.
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The mother of Harvey posted on Facebook that she was 'frantic with worry' and pleaded with the public to help. Locals have said that the police helicopter has been searching above Penrhyndeudraeth as well as the Nantmor and Beddgelert areas.
It is being reported that the four were on a camping trip and the alarm was raised when they didn't return home as arranged. Anyone with information should contact North Wales Police.
Officers can be contacted on 101 quoting referenceA184194.
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