CCTV Footage of Missing Lewis Penfold-Roche Released
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CCTV is being released of missing Lewis Penfold-Roche on the day that he went missing.
Lewis, 18, was last seen on Sunday 28th January in Billingham.
The footage shows Lewis in the ESSO garage on Station Road around 8:15am on Sunday 28th January. He was last seen later that day around 6pm on Station Road heading towards Central Avenue.
Officers continue to appeal to members of the public to check their home CCTV or dashcam footage around the area for any further sightings of Lewis, and would also appeal to anyone who may have seen him to get in touch.
When he was last seen, Lewis was wearing a red coat and carrying a white and green backpack. He may be wearing a black jumper with the Jack Skellington character on the front, or a black Adidas jumper with white stripes down the sleeves.
Senior Investigating Officer, Detective Inspector Chris Pringle, said: “As we continue to appeal for information regarding the whereabouts of Lewis, we hope this CCTV may jog someone’s memory that they may have seen him or know of his whereabouts.
“We remain very concerned for Lewis as he has now not been seen for over a week and still has not been in touch with his family. They are also concerned for his welfare and we would urge Lewis to get in touch with police to let us know he is safe, or contact family members who are very worried.”
Lewis speaks with a London accent and officers would appeal to anyone who may have seen Lewis, or anyone who knows his whereabouts, to contact Cleveland Police as a matter of urgency on 101, quoting reference number 017293.