A "vulnerable" missing boy from Hounslow has been found safe and well in central London.
David Whyte, aged 14, had been missing since the early hours of Sunday (February 14).
Police had said they were concerned for his welfare as he has severe autism, rendering him unable to speak, and he has to communicate using apps on his mobile phone.
He was found on Monday, February 15 in central London by officers from Westminster police.
The Met thanked members of the public for their assistance in helping to find the teenager.