A family is appealing for the help of the public to find a vulnerable teenager who is believed to be in Basingstoke.

Fourteen-year-old Callum Parr left his home in Carshalton in Surrey on Saturday. 

His family have information to suggest the youngster is in the company of older men in Basingstoke. 

He is described as being "very vulnerable" and can be "easily lead and at risk".

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Relative Stacey Parr said: "We believe Callum could be in danger. Please help us find him and bring him home. It's been four days now and we as a family are worried sick and need help to find him."

A Facebook group set up to help the efforts to trace him reported a sighting of the schoolboy in Morrison's with a man and a woman in their 40s.

Stacey added: "He has no phoene to be able to make contact with."

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 quoting reference 59230404. 

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