Theo Kawala search: Four people 'who could help' sought

Theo Kawala
Image caption Theo Kawala was last seen in Peterborough on 18 February

Four people thought to be able to help in the search for a teenager who disappeared in Peterborough are being sought by police.

Theo Kawala, 16, was dropped off by his father in the city at 1930 GMT on Friday, 18 February.

He was last seen on CCTV walking past Multiyork in Lower Bridge Street just after midnight.

Officers want to speak to four people spotted on CCTV at about the same time.

They hope the four may be able to help in tracing the route Theo may have taken.

They include two cyclists who were seen to ride from outside the Beehive pub, past Asda and through Hills Passage.

One of the cyclists was carrying a small rucksack.

The other people police want to speak to are a man and a woman seen outside Charters pub.

The woman was of large build and in her 20s with dark, shoulder length hair.

The man was in his early 20s, slim with short hair and wearing blue jeans and a white top.

Late on 18 February and shortly after midnight, Theo had walked along Broadway and then Westgate, before walking through the bus station and along Bourges Boulevard.

He then crossed Bourges Boulevard at the pelican crossing near the old Woolworths building and walked into Lower Bridge Street.

Theo, who is slim and 6ft 1in (1.85m) tall, was wearing blue jeans, a black shiny jacket, a red and white check shirt and black trainers.

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