Urgent alert for a missing 12-year-old boy with autism who disappeared from a home – as cops reveal a heartbreaking detail
- 12-year-old Amin Allam has been missing since 5pm on Sunday night
- The youngster is on the autism spectrum and disappeared in Sydney’s SW
- He is believed to be pushing a blue bike and carrying an empty white bird cage
A 12-year-old boy with autism has gone missing with the youngster believed to be carrying a white bird cage, empty since his beloved pet flew away earlier this week.
Amin Allam was last seen at 5pm on Sunday at a home in Elm Road, Auburn, in Sydney’s south-west.
Police and family hold concerns for Amin’s welfare due to his age and special care requirements as he is on the autism spectrum.
Amin is described as being of Caucasian appearance, about 100cm tall and of medium build.
Amin Allam (pictured) was last seen at 5pm on Sunday at a home in Elm Road, Auburn, in Sydney’s south-west
He was last seen wearing black pants, a black jacket and a grey fluffy beanie with tassels.
Police have been told Amin may also be pushing a blue bike and carrying a white bird cage with him, after his bird flew away days ago.
Anyone with information are urged to immediately contact Auburn Police Station or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
The 12-year-old (pictured) was last seen wearing black pants, a black jacket and a grey fluffy beanie with tassels