Police try to trace missing nine-year-old boy

14:49 13 June 2012

Ben Farrell

Ben Farrell

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Police in Bexley are trying to trace a nine-year-old boy from Belvedere who did not turn up at school this morning (Wednesday).

Ben Farrell was dropped off by his older brother at Belvedere Junior School at 9am but he did not enter the scholl grounds and has not been seen since.

He is wearing his school uniform, a blue jumper, grey trousers, white polo shirt and white trainers.

Ben is 4’8”, slim and has two tram lines cut into his hair.

Anyone with any information on his whereabouts should call 0208 284 9111, or you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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