Waheed Ullah Amjri: CCTV of man wanted in connection with missing boy

Man in CCTV North Wales Police believe the man in this picture saw Waheed at Rhyl station

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North Wales Police have released CCTV pictures of a man they want to talk to in connection with a missing teenager from a foster home in Rhyl.

Waheed Ullah Amjri, 16, was last seen at the town's railway station at 13:05 GMT on Saturday and is thought to have boarded a Manchester-bound train.

Waheed, who is of Afghan origin, mistakenly believed he was due to be deported.

North Wales Police believe the man saw Waheed at the station.

Waheed Ullah Amjri Police say Waheed Ullah Amjri thought he was to be deported

The teenager has not been seen since and has made no contact with his foster carers.

Officers say he is unaware that he has been given permission to stay in the United Kingdom until 2014.

Waheed is described as being of slim build with short curly hair and facial stubble. When last seen he was wearing a grey coat, a black jumper, blue jeans and brown trainers.

Police say he may have got off the train at Chester and taken another to London.

North Wales Police said anyone with information relating to Waheed's whereabouts is asked to contact the force on 101.

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