POLICE have issued a further appeal for information on missing teenager Denzel Muduma as concerns grow for his welfare.

Denzel, who is 14, was last seen at his home in the Wakefield area on Monday at about 1pm.

It was thought he had travelled to Bradford as he has many links to the area, but it is believed he has been in the Wakefield area since he was reported missing on Monday night.

He was last seen wearing a dark hooded top with pouch pocket and grey markings, dark jeans and black trainers.

Detective Chief Inspector Andy Farrell, said: “We are concerned that Denzel has been reported missing again, so soon after he was last found.

“We are again warning anyone who is allowing him to stay at their home that they may be committing a criminal offence.

“Denzel’s family are concerned for his welfare and we would ask Denzel, or anyone who knows where he is, to contact police on 101 so we can make sure he is safe and well.”