Teen Goes Missing On Way To Shepherd's Bush Funeral

Growing concern for 18-year-old Nathan Hogg

Nathan Hogg
Nathan Hogg

A appeal has been issued to the public for assistance in locating a teenager who disappeared on his way to a funeral in Shepherd's Bush.

Police say that 18-year-old Nathan Hogg has not been seen since Sunday 6 September.

Before leaving his home in Eastbourne he said he was going attend the funeral.

He described as white, 5ft 8in, slim ith a round face and short brown hair. He often wears a manbag around his neck, along with a white T-shirt, jeans and trainers.

Anyone who sees him or who knows where he is can contact the police online or call 101 quoting reference 1415 of 10/09.

Police were appealing for assistance in tracing a missing teenager girl who has not been seen since she travelled to Shepherd’s Bush to meet friends.

She has now been found.

A spokesperson for Metropolitan Police thanked the public for their assistance.


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September 14, 2020

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