Clawson police seek missing child

By: Sarah Wojcik | Royal Oak Review | Published July 2, 2018

 Clawson police are asking for the public's help to find Jayshaun Prince, 13, who police said left home July 1 after a disagreement with his family.

Clawson police are asking for the public's help to find Jayshaun Prince, 13, who police said left home July 1 after a disagreement with his family.

Photo provided by Clawson police

CLAWSON/ROYAL OAK — Clawson police are enlisting the public to help them look for a 13-year-old who had a verbal disagreement with his family on July 1 and ran out the back door of his home.

Jayshaun Prince is 5 feet 7 inches tall, weighs 167 pounds and was wearing plaid shorts, a green T-shirt with “your it” printed on the front and no shoes, according to police.

He was last seen the night of July 1 in Royal Oak, near 13 Mile and Crooks roads.

Police ask anyone who comes into contact with Prince to call Clawson’s dispatch center at (248) 524-3477 or their local police agency.

Clawson police did not immediately respond to requests for comment.