Teen travels from Manchester to London Euston then disappears - last known image released

Dillon on CCTV
-Credit: (Image: The Met)

Police say they are concerned for the welfare of an 18-year-old man last seen at London Euston station, who went missing from Manchester over a week ago. The Metropolitan Police Service has issued an appeal to the public for information to locate him.

Officers say Dillon Duffy, 18, from Oldham in Greater Manchester, boarded a train from Manchester Piccadilly to London Euston on Tuesday, June 18. CCTV captured him leaving the station that evening.

Police have since then carried out a number of checks to locate him, including a recent social media appeal but the teenager remains missing.

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Dillon Duffy pictured smiling
Dillon Duffy, 18, is from Oldham in Greater Manchester -Credit:The Met

Detective Inspector Amin Kohzadbayat said: "I am determined to bring Dillon back to his family. It has been over a week since he left London Euston station, and I am eager to trace his next steps.

"We are carrying out a number of enquiries to locate Dillon however we need the public's assistance. Dillon was last seen wearing a black Nike hooded jacket, a grey baseball cap, black tracksuit bottoms and black and grey Nike trainers. He was carrying a black backpack.”

A spokesperson for the Met Police added: "If you have seen Dillon or have any information on where he might be then please call 101 stating reference 01/491880/24. For an immediate sighting dial 999."

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