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The family of a missing Newcastle University student have renewed their appeal for him to get in touch.
Jason Fyles, 19, hasn't been seen for more than a week.
His parents Ian and Caroline and brother and sister Shaun and Kimberley said: "Please come home. There's love and hugs waiting for you.
"We miss you so much, and are desperate to see you."
Jason, 19, visited Tup Tup Palace with friends on the evening of Wednesday, May 15, before going to visit other friends in Sandyford, Newcastle.
He was last seen at an address on Helmsley Road, Sandyford, Newcastle, at 2.45am on Thursday, May 16.
Anyone with information should call police on 101.
Students at Newcastle University are refusing to give up hope that Jason Fyles will be found.
The 19-year-old from Southport hasn't been seen since the early hours of last Thursday morning.
He had been on a night out with friends.
It is now over a week since a Newcastle University student went missing after a night out.
Jason Fyles, 19, from Southport, was last seen in the early hours of last Thursday in the Sandyford area of the city.
Police are continuing to appeal for anyone with information to come forward.
They are keen to speak to a "Good Samaritan" who helped Jason on the night he disappeared.
Supt Andy McDyer said: "We still need to speak to the man who helped Jason and I would urge him to contact us as soon as possible."
The Good Samaritan is described as being around 20-years-old, 5ft 8", of stocky / athletic build, with short light blond or ginger hair.
Last night officers handed out hundreds of pictures of Jason to people socialising in the city centre, a week after he disappeared.