Nathan Taylor, 18, was captured on CCTV in Latchford walking home late last Saturday night.Though no formal identification has taken place police say they're no longer looking for the teenager.
Police underwater search teams have discovered a young man's body at Latchford Locks in Warrington. Police say they don't believe there are any suspicious circumstances. No identification has taken place. Police say they're no longer searching for a teenager who went missing at the weekend.
Police search for missing teenager Nathan Taylor say they're concentrating their search around the area of Latchford Locks and the Manchester Ship Canal
A statement said:
Cheshire Police are now concentrating their search for missing teenager Nathan Taylor around the area of Latchford Locks and the Manchester Ship Canal following new information that came to light yesterday evening, Thursday 31 January.**
Since Sunday, police have trawled hundreds of hours of CCTV obtained from businesses, shops, industrial premises and private homes in the Latchford and Kingsway areas for clues as to Nathans whereabouts.
The search for Nathan continues and Police ask the public to get in touch if they, or indeed anyone they know, were in the vicinity of Latchford Locks that evening who may be able to help or indeed assist police by eliminating themselves from enquiries.
The family of missing teenager Nathan Taylor say they feel completely helpless as a fifth day passes with no news of the 18-year-old student.
His relatives and college friends have been doing their bit to help find Nathan who hasn't been seen since leaving a bar in Warrington on Saturday night.
Police divers have been searching local waterways four days after a teenager disappeared in Warrington.
Nathan Taylor, 18, was last seen leaving a family party in the Latchford area.
Police in Warrington have released CCTV of missing teenager Nathan Taylor.
Nathan was last seen leaving the Bridge Bar in Latchford Village at 11.30pm on Saturday 27th January.
He had attended a party with friends and family but left the event on his own to make his way home.
His family and friends have had no contact with him since and an extensive police search has failed to find him.
Police are asking anyone with information to get in touch with them on the 101 police contact number.