Urgent appeal to find missing teenager last seen on trip to People’s History Museum

Police are growing 'increasingly concerned'.

Daisy Jackson Daisy Jackson - 5th January 2023

Greater Manchester Police have launched an urgent appeal to find a 14-year-old boy called Samuel, who went missing on a museum trip.

Officers say they’re becoming ‘increasingly concerned’ about Samuel, who was last seen at the People’s History Museum.

He was last seen on Gartside Street at around 11am on Thursday 5 January.

GMP are now hoping to find the young man safe and well and are asking the public to help with Samuel’s whereabouts.

GMP’s post about missing Samuel:

He’s described as being 5’7″, with short brown hair, and was wearing a dark raincoat, black workwear boots and green cargo-style trousers.


A post from GMP said: “Can you help find Samuel from #Manchester?

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“Samuel was last seen on Gartside Street at 11am on Thursday 5 January 2023.

“Officers are becoming increasingly concerned about him and want to make sure he is found safe and well.

“If you have information about Samuel’s whereabouts please call 101 quoting log 1299 of 05/01/2023.”

Featured image: GMP