Mobile phone of missing teenager traced to Cowra, NSW but 15-year-old remains missing – ABC News

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Mobile phone of missing teenager traced to Cowra, NSW but 15-year-old remains missing
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Police believe a teenager missing from north-west Victoria for more than a week may have travelled to Cowra in New South Wales.
Officers from the Mildura Police Station have traced a mobile phone belonging to Dom, 15, along the Sturt Highway through Hay and toward Cowra on September 15 and 16.
But Dom has not been seen since 7.30pm on September 14 when he left his home on Boden Road in Merbein West near Mildura.
Detective Inspector David Rowe said police believed Dom had travelled in a vehicle to Cowra, rather than use public transport. 
"There may be a person who has taken him, not knowing that he is going missing. We're keen to hear from that person if they exist," Detective Inspector Rowe said.
"Like any other young person being away from home, there is a significant amount of risk. Dom suffering autism adds another level as well." 
Dom is described as Caucasian, 173 centimetres tall, with blue eyes, and hair dyed an apricot colour, styled in a mohawk.
He was last seen wearing a black studded hand-painted jacket, brown pants and black boots.
Police and Dom's family say the teenager's disappearance is out of character.
Investigations are continuing and anyone with information is urged to call Mildura Police Station on (03) 5018 5300.
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