Police are continuing their search for a teenager who went missing after a night out in Newcastle.
Kelvin Bradley, 18, failed to return to his home in Cleves Close, Ferryhill, County Durham, after going out with friends on Saturday July 29.
On Thursday, August 2, police searched bushes in Newcastle's Leazes Park.
Twitter and Facebook appeals have been launched from Kelvin's friends and family.
"Also, he loves his job, but has not been into work at the graphic design company he is employed at in Hartlepool and, again, that is unusual.
"I would urge Kelvin to contact his parents, or the police, so we can be reassured he is safe and well."
His sister, Kirstie Louise Bradley, said on Facebook: "Kel honestly this has to be the worst feeling in the world, knowing that the bestest brother any1 could have is out there somewhere but feeling helpless coz u cant see him or find him anywhere.
"We love you so much, just do what ever u can 2 ring sum1 saying ure safe!"
Chief Inspector Milne said enquiries suggested Kelvin was in the vicinity of St James' Park and the Leazes Park area of Newcastle at about 8pm on Saturday and added: "If anyone thinks they have seen him or has any information whatsoever regarding his whereabouts please get in touch with police."
Kelvin is described as 6ft tall, with light facial stubble and brown hair.
Durham police can be contacted on the non-emergency number 101 by selecting the Durham option or alternatively the direct number 0191 3861470.
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