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Volunteers from the charity 'Missing People' will be appealing for information about Megan Roberts at York City's home match on Saturday.
They will be asking fans at Bootham Crescent if they saw the 20-year-old university student on the night she disappeared a fortnight ago after partying with friends.
It is believed she may have drowned after falling into the River Ouse, near Lendal Bridge, but despite extensive searches, her body has not been found.
The mother of missing Megan Roberts has thanked the police and the public for their support. Jackie Roberts wrote on Facebook that the family are doing all they can to find Megan and that she appreciates the 'support and caring thoughts'.
The mother of missing student Megan Roberts has spoken publicly for the first time since her daughter disappeared.
The 20 year old, from Wetherby, vanished after a night out in York 11 days ago. Her mother Jackie, writing on a special Facebook page, praised the police effort to find Megan and thanked well-wishers for their support
Police using specialist sonar equipment will continue to search the River Ouse in York today for missing student Megan Roberts. She was last seen after a night out with friends in the early hours of January 23rd. Police say hopes of finding her alive are slim.
Divers from the regional underwater search unit have continued searching the River Ouse today for missing student Megan Roberts.
The dive team scanned the river using specialist sonar equipment from Lendal Bridge, near to where Megan was last seen, downstream to Naburn.
The operation was supported by the Fire and Rescue service, who conducted a surface water search by boat.
Over the weekend officers will conduct searches along the banks on both sides of the river.
Megan, who is a student at York St John University, was last seen on CCTV on the corner of Rougier Street and Lendal Bridge at around 2.20am on Thursday 23 January.
She had been on a night out in the city centre with friends.
Police are continuing their search of the River Ouse in York for missing student Megan Roberts.
The 20-year-old from Wetherby has not been since last week after a night out in the city.
The hunt for a missing student intensified in York today, with police saying they believe Megan Roberts may have fallen in to the river after a night out with friends.
Police divers have spent another day searching the River Ouse for the 20-year-old.
Our correspondent Frances Read has been following the investigation.
Watch her full report below.
The family of the missing York student, Megan Roberts, have issued two new photographs as police search for the 20-year-old.
Megan has been missing since the early hours of last Thursday when she was with friends on a night out in York City Centre.
With a group, she left Popworld nightclub and police are now investigating whether she went into the River Ouse.
Police looking for missing student Megan Roberts are searching the River Ouse in York as there are "growing and grave concerns" about her disappearance a week ago.
Divers have been searching a stretch of the river near to Lendal Bridge in the area where Megan was last seen at around 2.20am on Thursday 23 January.