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Community search teams continue to look for Matthew Jordan

Community search teams are continuing to search for missing student Matthew Jordan.

The 20-year-old from Middlesbrough has been missing for over two weeks.

The teams met in Windermere to continue their search for the missing student Credit: ITV Border

Local residents and volunteers from Middlesbrough have meeting on a daily basis to carry out searches around Bowness-on-Windermere.

Matthew was last seen at the Stag's Head pub at 12:30am on Thursday 27 March.

They are widening their search to the Kendal area as of tomorrow, 14 April Credit: ITV Border

Volunteers say they are going to widen their search area as of tomorrow, 14 April, to include Kendal.

Police are still appealing for anyone with any information about Matthew Jordan or his whereabouts to contact them on 101 or call Missing People in confidence on 116 000.

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Search for missing student continues

Matthew Jordan has been missing since March 27 Credit: Cumbria Police

Police are continuing their search for a student who went missing in Windermere last month.

Matthew Jordan, 20, from Middlesbrough, disappeared after visiting the Stag's Head pub on a night out with friends on March 27.

Family and friends will be out searching for Matthew on Sunday morning.

Hundreds help with the hunt for Matthew Jordan

Hundreds of volunteers have been turning out every night this week to search for Matthew Jordan.

The Middlesbrough student hasn't been since leaving a pub in Bowness-on-Windermere two weeks ago.

A Facebook group set up by people who want to help find Matthew now has 4,000 members. His family say they're overwhelmed.

Fiona Marley Paterson has more.

500 locals help search for missing Matthew Jordan

A Facebook group set up by people in Windermere to help find missing student Matthew Jordan now has around 4,000 members.

Well-wishers have organised searches every night this week and around 500 volunteers have turned up to help.

Matthew went missing two weeks ago while on holiday in the area.

Dan Green Organised the Facebook page and search:

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Appeal for possible Matthew Jordan witness to come forward

Police would like to speak with this man in connection with the disappearance of Matthew Jordan.

The CCTV footage shows a man walking through the grounds of the church at 0:54am on Thursday 27 March, and then return about ten seconds later.

The images were taken ten minutes after Matthew’s last confirmed sighting at 0:44am.

Anyone with any information on Matthew or the man pictured in the CCTV is asked to contact Cumbria Police on 101 as soon as possible and ask for the duty sergeant at Windermere. Or you can call Missing People in confidence on 116 000.

CCTV images released on Matthew Jordan witness

Police want to speak to this man in connection with Matthew Jordan's disappearance Credit: Cumbria Police

Police have released CCTV footage of a man they would like to speak to in connection with the disappearance of Matthew Jordan.

The images show a man walking through the grounds of the church at 0:54am on Thursday 27 March. He then returns about ten seconds later walking in the direction he originally came from.

This was only ten minutes after Matthew’s last confirmed sighting at 0.44am.

The 20-year-old went missing almost two weeks ago while on a trip to Windermere with friends.

Matthew is described as 6ft tall, of medium build, with dark brown hair. He was last seen wearing a navy long sleeved shirt, jeans and grey pull up boots.

Anyone with any information on Matthew or the man pictured in the CCTV is asked to contact Cumbria Police on 101 as soon as possible and ask for the duty sergeant at Windermere. Or you can call Missing People in confidence on 116 000.

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