Urgent warning for missing 12-year-old Auburn boy with autism who disappeared from his childhood home
Urgent warning for missing 12-year-old boy with autism who disappeared from house – as police reveal heartbreaking detail
- 12-year-old Amin Allam has been missing since 17:00 on Sunday evening
- The youngster is on the autism spectrum and has disappeared in the SW. from Sydney
- He is believed to be pushing a blue bicycle and carrying an empty white birdcage
A 12-year-old boy with autism is missing and the youngster is said to be carrying a white birdcage, empty since his beloved pet flew away earlier this week.
Amin Allam was last seen at a house in Elm Road, Auburn, south-west Sydney, at 5 p.m. on Sunday.
Police and family are concerned for Amin’s well-being due to his age and special care requirements as he is on the autism spectrum.
Amin is described as having a Caucasian appearance, about 100 cm tall and of medium size.
Amin Allam (pictured) was last seen at a house in Elm Road, Auburn, in Sydney’s south west, at 5pm on Sunday.
He was last seen wearing black pants, a black jacket and a gray fuzzy hat with tassels.
Police have learned that Amin may also be pushing a blue bicycle and carrying a white birdcage after his bird flew away days ago.
Anyone with information is urged to immediately contact the Auburn Police Station of Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000.
The 12-year-old (pictured) was last seen wearing black pants, a black jacket and a gray fuzzy hat with tassels