Mother’s heartfelt appeal to find son, 13,

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Rhys Moore-Campbell, from Catford in London, has not been seen or heard from since leaving Mountfield Park to go home at 2.30pm on September 29

Rhys Moore-Campbell, from Catford in London, has not been seen or heard from since leaving Mountfield Park to go home at 2.30pm on September 29

Rhys Moore-Campbell, from Catford in London, has not been seen or heard from since leaving Mountfield Park to go home at 2.30pm on September 29

A mother has issued a heartfelt appeal on Twitter to find her 13-year-old son, who has been missing for 10 days. 

Rhys Moore-Campbell, from Catford in London, has not been seen or heard from since leaving Mountfield Park to go home at 2.30pm on September 29.

His mother Shirlene Moore recorded a video, which was posted on Twitter by Brixton actor Arnold Oceng, appealing for public support to help find the schoolboy.  

Shirlene Moore posted a video, which was later put on Twitter by Brixton actor Arnold Oceng, appealing to the public to help find her son.  

In the video, she said: ‘Rhys you are somewhere out there please come home. 

‘It doesn’t matter what time it is, Rhys just please come home, you know mum will always open that door for you.

‘I went into my son’s room to say goodbye as I was making my way to work. 

‘Rhys jumped out of bed and gave me a big hug and a kiss and said see you later.

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‘I did not know that would have been the last time I would have seen my son. 

‘If anyone out there has seen this child could you kindly contact.

‘As a mother I am appealing to the public. Please, please, if you have seen this child can you contact the police station.’ 

His mother Shirlene Moore recorded a video, which was posted on Twitter by Brixton actor Arnold Oceng, appealing for public support to help find the schoolboy

His mother Shirlene Moore recorded a video, which was posted on Twitter by Brixton actor Arnold Oceng, appealing for public support to help find the schoolboy

His mother Shirlene Moore recorded a video, which was posted on Twitter by Brixton actor Arnold Oceng, appealing for public support to help find the schoolboy

Rhys is approximately 5ft 4inches tall, of slim build and is known to frequent the Bell Green area of Lewisham.

Rhys has been reported missing to police previously but has returned home after short while. He has never been missing for this long before.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Lewisham Missing Persons Unit via 101 or call the charity Missing People on 116000.