A mother desperately searching for her missing teenage son is calling for people who may have seen him to come forward with information.

Jamal Daley-Bonner, who is 15-years-old and studying construction at Enfield College, was last seen on Sunday November 12.

Jamal had left home that morning to play rugby, but did not return home after the game finished at 1pm.

His mother, Tania, said: “Jamal played the rugby match and the teacher said he left, but I haven’t seen him since.

“This is out of character.

“He’s such a caring person picking up his younger siblings from school, and looking after his great-grandparents.

“He hasn’t made any contact with the family or his friends.”

Tania explained that when she started putting up the missing person posters of her son, she saw a snapchat video in which he featured.

She, said: “When I started putting up missing persons posters there a Snapchat video that was done with Jamal that looked really suspicious.

“Not only was Jamal not holding the phone, he was in the video with people who nobody could identify.

“He didn’t look well; he just didn’t look in the right frame of mind.

“His aunty said he looked like he looked like he was under some sort of spell.

“He is quite vulnerable.”

None of Jamal’s family and friends have heard from him over the past eight days.

Tania, concluded: “My friend said to me sometimes teenagers take time out and stay with friends.

“But when I heard from all of Jamal’s friends and their mums that they hadn’t seen him or heard from him, I raised the alarm.”