Gardaí appeal for help finding missing teenager, 17

Gardaí in Dublin are seeking help in locating a missing 17-year-old boy.

Bledart Livadhi, who's about 5'9" with short black hair, brown eyes and of slim build, has been missing from Templeogue since yesterday.

When last seen, he was wearing a black hoody, light green bomber jacket, light blue skinny jeans, and was carrying a backpack.

Anyone with information are asked to contact gardaí in Terenure on 01 666 6400, the Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.

Gardaí appeal for help finding missing teenager, 17

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