Mum of missing teenager Frankie Morris says it is ‘totally out of character’ for son to disappear without contacting somebody

THE mother of missing teenager Frantisek “Frankie” Morris has made a heartfelt plea for information.

Frankie, of Llandegfan, Anglesey, has now been missing for 27 days. He was last seen near the Vaynol Arms in Pentir at 1.12pm on Sunday, May 2.

Mum Alice Morris said her son’s disappearance “is totally out of character.”

“it is totally out of character for him to be away for any length of time without contacting somebody,” she said.

“I am terrified that someone has harmed my beautiful son but realise that after such a long time, there is a possibility that he is no longer alive.

“Please help me find him by providing the police with any information you might have.

“I would like to thank everyone who has offered information or supported or joined the search for Frankie, you have my heartfelt thanks.”

Lee Boycott, detective chief inspector, said: “It is now four weeks since Frankie was last seen and we are continuing to appeal to anybody who may have information to come forward.

“Frankie’s family are understandably deeply distressed, and I continue to appeal to anyone who has any information whatsoever to speak to us. However small you might think the information is it might be the piece we’re looking for, please make that call for Frankie and his family.”

The investigation to find Frankie is ongoing and officers are grateful for the information received so far.

Police have said three people released under investigation in relation to the disappearance of Frankie Morris have now been eliminated from the inquiry.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the investigation team.

North Wales Chronicle | Anglesey