If you have seen Callum or know of his whereabouts please call 101 quoting log 1109
The search for a missing 12-year-old boy from Plymouth has now entered day two.
Devon and Cornwall Police are concerned for the welfare of Callum Down, who was last seen on Bank Holiday Monday, May 25.
Police confirmed today (May 27) that Callum is still missing.
He is described as a white male with brown hair, 4ft 6ins tall and of slim build.
He was last seen wearing an orange and black cap with KTM logo on front and back, a white adidas t-shirt, grey tracksuit bottoms, black over the shoulder bag with white adidas writing, and black adidas trainers.
What to do if someone goes missing?
You should report a missing person to the police if:
- The person is a child
- The person is a vulnerable adult
- The person has been detained (sectioned) under the Mental Health Act or are legally in the care of another person
- You are concerned for the person’s safety
What you should do
The police ask parents and carers, including staff acting in a parenting role in care homes, to undertake reasonable actions to try and establish the whereabouts of the individual.
This could include, but is not limited to;
- Attempts to contact the child or adult.
- Calling friends or family.
- Visiting areas that the child or adult is known to frequent.
- Visiting the place where the child or adult was known to be attending (i.e. a friend’s house or party).
- Checking to see if any items are missing from the home.
- Checking social media.