Posted: Fri 5th Aug 2022

Missing teenager has links to Wrexham – possibly last seen in Ruabon

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This article is old - Published: Friday, Aug 5th, 2022

Merseyside police are appealing for help in finding 17 year-old Caine O’Brien who is missing in St Helens.

Caine O’Brien has not been seen since 28th July but it is believed he was a passenger in a car that was stop checked in the Ruabon area on 1st August.

He is described as a white male, 5ft 11in tall, of medium build with collar length curly brown hair.

When last seen he was wearing a blue coat with a hood and blue tracksuit bottoms and carrying a black bag.

He is known to frequent the areas of St Helens, Liverpool, the Wrexham area of North Wales, Runcorn, Widnes, Warrington and Lancashire, including Skelmersdale.

Anyone who has seen Caine or knows of his whereabouts is asked to DM @MerPolCC on twitter, or call 101.

Sightings can also be reported via: https://www.merseyside.police.uk/ro/report/mp/v2/report-sighting-of-missing-person-form/



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