The search for Keaton Greenman, a missing 16-year-old from Bradford, has yielded a sighting in the Pontefract vicinity. Keaton disappeared from Bradford on the 7th of July, and a member of the public spotted him on Monkhill Lane, Pontefract, at approximately 10:30 am on Saturday, the 16th of September.

He is described as a Caucasian male, standing at 6 feet tall, with a slim build and brown hair. At the time of his last sighting, he was wearing white shorts, a grey hoody, white trainers, and carrying a black rucksack.

Detective Inspector Rupinder Ghatrora of Bradford CID said; “We are growing increasingly concerned for Keaton’s welfare, he is a vulnerable teenager, and we need to find him urgently.

“We believe Keaton is travelling between Wakefield district and the Bradford area and he may be using public transport.

“Extensive enquiries have been carried out over recent weeks to find Keaton, I would appeal to anyone who knows where he is to come forward and give us the information.”

Individuals who believe they may have seen Keaton or have knowledge of his location are urged to get in touch with West Yorkshire Police. They can do so by dialling 101 or by visiting, and quoting reference 0595 dated 7th July.