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Fresh plea over missing teenager
CCTV footage of Andrew Gosden at King's Cross Station
Andrew was seen getting off a train at King's Cross station
A charity has made a fresh appeal to help find a South Yorkshire teenager who has been missing from home for nearly six months.

Andrew Gosden, 14, went missing on 14 September after failing to turn up at school in Doncaster.

He took 200 from his bank account and was seen heading to London on a train. CCTV footage shows him at Kings Cross Station on the same day, 14 September.

The charity Missing People is appealing for information on his whereabouts.

Brian Cowan, charity spokesman, said: "After six months we are extremely concerned for Andrew's wellbeing. We hope this appeal will lead to him being reunited with his family."

Andrew's parents Kevin and Glenys Gosden have made numerous trips to London in an attempt to find him.

Andrew Gosden
Andrew took 200 from his bank before disappearing

There have been various sightings of the boy in areas of London, but he has failed to get in contact with family or friends.

In a previous appeal, Mr Gosden said: "Please get in touch. We love you, we care about you desperately. Please let us know you are OK".

Andrew, who is 5ft 3in, of slim build with straight brown hair, was last seen wearing a black top, black jeans, trainers and was carrying a black bag with patches of rock bands on.

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