UPDATE : Muin Ahmed, who was previously the subject of a missing person appeal in Leeds has been found safe and well

Authorities have launched a desperate search for a 15-year-old boy who has been missing for a week, prompting concerns for his safety and well-being.

Muin Ahmed, from Beeston, was last seen on Monday, May 8, leaving his loved ones anxious and apprehensive.

Detectives from the Leeds District CID have been tirelessly conducting thorough investigations in their efforts to locate the missing teenager.

Muin Ahmed’s disappearance is particularly distressing as he had previously gone missing in April, only to be found in Aberdeen, Scotland.

Described as an Asian youth with a height of approximately 5ft 10ins and a slim build, Muin Ahmed possesses distinctive black hair.

Authorities are urging anyone who may have witnessed his whereabouts or possesses vital information that could aid in tracing him to come forward. Individuals can contact the Leeds District CID by dialing 101, quoting log 1025 of May 10. Alternatively, they can provide valuable information through the official website of the West Yorkshire Police at www.westyorkshire.police.uk/101livechat.

The police have expressed their deep concerns for Muin Ahmed’s welfare and are determined to reunite him with his family as swiftly as possible.