A TAMWORTH mother has thanked the community after her son, missing for three days, is home again with his family.
About midnight on Friday, Melissa Tucker, Benjamin's mum, wrote on our Facebook page: "A big thank you to everyone that is helping us to find my little man".
Almost 10,500 people saw our post about the teenager who had last been seen on Wednesday morning.
Then about midday on Saturday - after 255 shares - Melissa wrote: "A huge thank you to everyone for everything you have all done to help find my son Benjamin Kay. Just letting everyone know that he has been found safe and is home with his family".
A TAMWORTH mother is appealing for help to find her son who has been missing for two days.
Benjamin Kay, 14, disappeared from his house on Wednesday morning and hasn't been sighted since.
Mother Melissa Tucker said her son has a medical condition and hasn't had medication since Tuesday.
"I just want my baby boy home," Ms Tucker told The Northern Daily Leader.
Ms Tucker said Benjamin is a 14-year-old who is small for his age with dark hair and fair skin.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Tamworth police on 6768 2999 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.