Urgent hunt for autistic boy, 11, missing from Camden who does not speak
The boy is wearing a green polo shirt and green tracksuit bottoms
Police are urgently searching for a missing 11-year-old who became separated from his family in Camden.
Myles Musoke was last seen at the Brunswick Centre at around 8am today (Tuesday, May 4).
According to the Metropolitan Police, Myles is non verbal autistic, meaning he does not speak at all.
He was last seen wearing a green polo shirt and green tracksuit bottoms.
Camden Police said in a tweet on their Twitter account: “Myles likes buses & technology & could be on any bus or looking in tech stores.
“He also likes Camden High Street. His family & police are very concerned for his welfare.
“If seen please call 101 ref 1160/4 May.”
As part of the appeal, police shared an image of Myles so members of the public know what he looks like should they happen to see him.