Police in Egg Harbor Township have shared the accompanying photo of a missing teenager, but stress that the photo is several years old.

Police are on the lookout for a young man who apparently walked away from his home and is believed to be still in the area -- most likely in Egg Harbor Township, Pleasantville, and Atlantic City.

EHT Police say Tamaj Bennett is now 5' 8' tall and weighs about 160 pounds. He's described as having brown eyes, black hair, and a medium skin tone. Again, the photo above is old -- Tamaj now has a neck tattoo and his hair is styled with dreadlocks.

If you have knowledge of the young man's whereabouts, you're urged to contact Egg Harbor Township Police at 609-927-5200. You can also contact the National Center for Missing Children at 1-800-THE-LOST.

Meanwhile, some good missing child news from Bridgeton. Bridgeton Police say they have located a 13-year-old girl who was a runaway and she is safe. Meanwhile, another runaway from Bridgeton has also safely returned home.

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