Desperate aunt’s appeal to find nephew, 15, missing for 2 days

Police are searching for a missing teenager from Edmonton who disappeared from his auntie’s home on Sunday (August 15).

Kaieem Phillips, 15, was last seen in the area on Sunday afternoon but has made no contact with his friends or family since the weekend.

MyLondon has approached the Metropolitan Police for more information into the enquiries.

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Speaking to MyLondon, Kaieem’s aunt Magda Apdi said she was confused as to why her nephew had disappeared.

She said: “He’s been missing since Sunday afternoon. He left the house and didn’t come back, we live in Edmonton.

“He’s never done anything like this, we have a good relationship, it’s not like him at all.

“I’ve called all his friends that I know and spoken to their mums but nobody knows anything.

“I feel like I’m doing everything on my own, I’m calling up everybody and asking them to look out for him.”

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It is thought that Kaieem may be around the Hornsey, Wood Green and Bounds Green area.

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