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Some of Britain's lost children who have never been found.

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Some of Britain's lost children who have never been found.

Andrew Gosden

Andrew has been missing from his home in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, since
September 14, 2007 – since he was just 14 years old.

He was last seen on CCTV footage at King’s Cross Station in London later that

Andrew needs strong prescription glasses and was last seen wearing a black
t-shirt and black jeans.

There have been no confirmed sightings of the now-23-year-old.

Karim Rhony

Karim was least seen at his foster parents’ house in the Stoke area of
Plymouth on 25 January 2013 after telling them he was going swimming.

But the 15-year-old has not been seen since.

He is 5’2” tall, of slight build with short, dark, curly hair and was last
seen wearing a blue hooded jumper, jeans, white canvas shoes and gloves.

Described as being of Arabic appearance, the boy was carrying a black backpack
when he vanished.

Jeffrey Allen

Nothing has been seen or heard of Jeffrey since he disappeared without a trace
in Sandown, Isle of Wight, on 28 August 1982, aged 17.

While Hampshire police pursued many lines of inquiry, his disappearance
remains unexplained.

Jeffrey, who would now be 51, was last seen by his sister after he told her he
was going camping with two friends from the mainland who have never been

His devastated mum Ann Allen has never given up hope of finding her son, who
she describes as “a bit of a rascal”.

Robert Williams

Robert Williams was 15 when he went missing from his home after an argument
with his mum in Resolven, near Neath in South Wales in 2002.

Police have suggested the “most likely outcome” is that Robert “died
sometime over the past nine years”, devastating his mum Cheryl who
still pleads for information that can give her closure.

An age progression photograph of what Robert may look like now has been
released, but no information has been forthcoming.

David Spencer

David Spencer disappeared with his best friend Patrick Warren on Boxing Day in
1996 when he was just 13 years old.

The last confirmed sighting of the pair was at a petrol station near their
homes in Chelmsley Wood, Birmingham at 0.45am the next morning.

The young lads were due to spend the night at a relative’s house but never
turned up. Police spoke to a jailed child killer over the disappearance in
2006, but no leads came from the probe.


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