Urgent search for missing Chorley boy police fear is ‘vulnerable’
Written by Skywave Radio News on July 10, 2020
Police are growing increasingly concerned for a missing Lancashire boy.
Harley Taylor, 13, who is originally from Chorley but currently living in Bacup, has disappeared.
Police said he went missing with another male who has since returned home but fears are now growing as Harley is possibly alone and considered vulnerable due to his age.
Officers believe Harley will head back to Chorley, where he still has links.
Harley is described as a white male, 5’5 tall, of skinny build with short brown hair.
At the time of his disappearance he was wearing a black puffer jacket, grey joggers and black trainers however it is believed he may have access to a change of clothes.
A spokesperson for Lancashire Police said: “We are becoming increasingly concerned about Harley Taylor a missing 13-year-old who is originally from the Chorley area, but currently residing in Bacup. It is believed that Harley will gravitate back to Chorley as he still has links to the area.
“Harley is described as a white male, 5’5, a skinny build with short brown hair. When he went missing he was wearing a black puffer jacket, grey joggers and black trainers however it is believed he may have access to a change of clothes.
“Harley went missing with another male who has since returned home, we are worried as Harley is possibly now alone somewhere and considered vulnerable due to his age.
“Harley please get in touch with us if you are reading this so we know you are safe.”
Anyone with information on Harley’s whereabouts is asked to call 101 in a non-emergency and quote LC-20200705-1473.
For immediate sightings please ring 999.