Public enchantment after 14-year-old Lake Macquarie boy fails to return residence

Police have launched an enchantment to the general public to assist discover a young person lacking in NSW.

Chase Scorey, 14, was final seen leaving a house on Buller St in Charlestown in Lake Macquarie after eight.15am on Friday.

When he didn’t return residence police from the Lake Macquarie Police District had been alerted and have since been working to attempt to discover the lacking teenager.

NSW Police stated in an announcement there are issues for Chase’s welfare resulting from his age.

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He’s described as caucasian, about 170cm tall with a skinny construct and brown hair. He was sporting a darkish colored hoodie with a thick gray stripe on the chest and arms, and blue twin toned board shorts.

He’s believed to be sporting a gray helmet whereas using a black mountain bike and carrying a gray and white backpack.

Anybody with details about Chase’s whereabouts is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.