Five years after a Doncaster teenager went missing there is still no sign of what may have happened to him.
Andrew Gosden, who was then 14, went missing from his home in Balby, Doncaster. He has not been seen since that Friday morning, despite being captured on CCTV at Kings Cross train station in London.
He withdrew £200 from his bank account before getting on the 9:35am GNER service to London. After getting on the train it is not known where he went.
Despite hundreds of potential sightings across the UK, when they were investigated none were Andrew.
Detectives have spoken to Andrew’s family, friends and school, **investigated and circulated Andrew’s DNA, fingerprints and dental and health records to appropriate agencies and organisations.
Police have also looked into the lens manufacturers for Andrew’s optician’s prescription to try to identify anyone requesting similar prescriptions. Enquiries have been made with the passport office and National Insurance records for any applications for documents and age progressed images of Andrew were produced to enable circulations of what Andrew may look like as he grew up and changed over the years