Kharim Rhony: Plymouth boy missing for six days

Kharim Rhony It is though Kharim was intending to go to Plymouth's Life Centre

A teenage boy has been missing from home for six days, police have said.

Kharim Rhony was last seen at his foster parents' home in the Stoke area of Plymouth on 25 January.

Devon and Cornwall Police said the 15-year-old was intending to go swimming at the city's new Life Centre.

He is 5'2" tall (1.5m), of slight build with short dark curly hair and was last seen wearing a blue hooded jumper, jeans, white canvas shoes and gloves.

Kharim, who is described as being of Arabic appearance, was carrying a black backpack.

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