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Alexander Sloley

Post  milly on Sun 23 Oct 2011, 11:34 pm








Age at disappearance: 16

Alexander, who is known as Gogs, has been missing from Islington, north London, since 2 August 2008. His current whereabouts are unknown.

There is great concern for his welfare and he is urged to call the Runaway Helpline on Freefone 0808 800 7070 where he can get confidential help and support.

Alexander is 5ft 5in tall, of slim build with blue eyes and black hair


Announcement: Missing People have found 2,620 people since January 2006. http://www.missingpeople.org.uk/

Alexander's story is part of the COME HOME FOR CHRISTMAS APPEAL
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http://missingmadeleine.forumotion.net/missing-people-please-help-them-f65/come-home-for-christmas-appeal-t6589.htm

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Re: Alexander Sloley

Post  milly on Sun 23 Oct 2011, 11:34 pm

Mum: I pray for return of my missing son

THE distraught mother of a Holloway teenager who mysteriously disappeared more than a year ago appealed this week: “Please find my son".
Accountancy student Alexander Sloley, 17, went missing on the way home from a friend’s house in Edmonton on August 2 last year. He had little money, no wallet and no bag with extra clothes to indicate he was planning to run away. Police have been unable to find a clue to his disappearance.
Now his photograph is to appear on millions of milk cartons in a national campaign launched by charity Missing People and supermarket Iceland.
Speaking at her home in Thane Villas, Alexander’s mother Narissa Tivy said: “I take each day as it comes. I pray that he will walk through that door.”
A former pupil at Islington Arts and Media School, Alex was studying accountancy at City and Islington College. He is described as a typical sports-mad boy who was good at maths and hoped to become an accountant.
“His disappearance is completely out of character,” Ms Tivy said. “I’ve got four children, including a six-year-old. Ours is a loving family. We had the usual teenage tantrums but that was all.”
Alexander is 5ft 5in tall, of slim build with blue eyes and black hair. He goes by the nickname “Gog”.
Some time before he disappeared Alex had been stopped by police after driving a vehicle under-age and was due to go to court.
“Alex wasn’t into drugs or gangs as far as I know,” Ms Tivy said. “And if he was on the run he would have contacted us by now.”
A possible sighting of Alex in Ilford, where he has friends, has never been confirmed.
Ms Tivy added: “I am hopeful that seeing his face across so many milk cartons will encourage anyone with information, no matter how insignificant, to come forward so I can have my son home once again.”
Missing People hopes to raise awareness of Alex’s disappearance through the publicity on 13.5 million Iceland milk cartons.
To find out more about Missing People and Alexander Sloley’s disappearance, visit www.missingpeople.org.uk/alexandersloley.

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