A four-year-old British kid George Jack Temperley-Wells who had travelled to Turkey with his mother has been reported missing.
4-year-old Brit boy who went missing after visiting Turkey with his mother
An urgent search has been launched by police in the UK and overseas to find a little Darlington boy who has vanished in Turkey after travelling there with his parents.
A four-year-old youngster who is thought to have disappeared after travelling to Turkey with his mother is the subject of an urgent police search.
On June 29 of this year, George Jack Temperley-Wells and his mother, Brogan Elizabeth Temperley, are thought to have travelled from Darlington to the Antalya region.
While in Turkey, they most likely visited Scott Nigel Wells, his father, who is 41 years old.
Identification marks of George Jack Temperley-Wells
His mother Brogan, 28, is described as having long, dark hair, dark eyes, and a thin body.
Two of these photos were shot in the Marina district of Antalya, Turkey, where George was last seen.
Police must find George immediately and speak with his mother due to major worries for his welfare.
Anyone who has touch with her is urged to persuade her to make an urgent call to the Turkish or British authorities to inquire about her whereabouts and/or request help getting back home.
Please call Durham Constabulary at (101), using incident number 325 of June 30, if you are in the United Kingdom.
Police have serious concerns for his welfare and need to urgently locate George and speak with his motherA spokesperson for Durham Police
If you’re in Turkey, kindly visit your neighbourhood police station or dial 112 or 115 for emergency assistance.
- Shooting at Scotland’s Isle of Skye: What happened? Suspect & Motive of this Gun rampage explained
- Heavy smoke in Metro East: After a major fire, one employee was hospitalised, What happened exactly? explained
“Two of these photos were shot in Antalya, Turkey’s Marina district, where George was last seen. Police must find George immediately and speak with his mother due to major worries for his welfare.
Follow us on Twitter