Police search continues to find missing Doncaster teenagers

South Yorkshire Police are still searching to try and find two missing Doncaster teenagers who are believed to have disappeared together.

Saturday, 16th January 2021, 11:06 am

Officers are urging the public to help them find missing young boys, Kurtis Wellman and Bailey Winkle from Doncaster.

Kurtis, 17, was last seen at around 4.30pm on Monday, January 11 in the Mulberry Court area of Warmsworth in Doncaster.

He made contact with his family on Wednesday, January 13 but they haven’t heard from him since and are growing increasingly concerned about him.

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Kurtis Wellman from Doncaster has been missing since Monday, January 11.

The 17-year-old is described as having brown hair and being of slim build, but it is not known what he was wearing when he left home.

Kurtis is thought to be with 15-year-old Bailey Winkle, who hasn’t been seen since just before 2pm on Thursday, January 7 when he left home in the Morley Place area of Conisbrough in Doncaster.

Bailey is around 6ft tall with a slim build and blond hair and was wearing a black and Grey North Face tracksuit, black North Face coat when he left home.

He was also in possession of a green parka jacket and a satchel style Champion bag with black and silver Nike Aire trainers.

Bailey Winkle was last seen just before 2pm on Thursday, January 7.

It is thought that the boys are together and could possibly be in the Balby, Belle Vue, Bawtry Road, or Doncaster Dome areas of Doncaster.

Given the current cold weather conditions, police are also concerned for the welfare of them both and ask anyone with information about where they are to get in touch.

To report information, call police on 101, quoting incident number 644 of 13 January 2021.

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