West Midlands Police has launched an urgent appeal to find a 16-year-old boy who has gone missing after catching a tram to Birmingham. Flynn boarded the tram in Wolverhampton before heading to Birmingham city centre and he was last seen near Sea Life Centre this afternoon at around 2.40pm today, November 21.

The police force said concerns are growing for his welfare. Anyone who sees Flynn is asked to call 999.

A spokesperson for West Midlands Police said: "Can you help us find 16-year-old Flynn? Flynn is believed to have travelled by tram from Wolverhampton into Birmingham city centre. He was last seen near the Sea Life Centre in Birmingham city centre at around 2.40pm and hasn’t been seen since.

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"Flynn is likely to be using public transport to get around. We are becoming increasingly concerned for his welfare. Flynn is 5ft 8ins tall with short, dark curly hair and was last seen wearing a black coat and protective padded hat. Please call 999 quoting log 1680 of 21/11."