The father of missing man Kyle Vaughan from Newbridge has made a fresh appeal for information about his son, describing the situation as a 'nightmare'.
Alan Vaughan believes Kyle is dead, but says the family are in limbo and can't grieve properly without answers.
The 24-year-old vanished on December 30 last year and exactly what happened to him remains a mystery.
A £5,000 reward is being offered to anyone with information, but Mr Vaughan told ITV News: "Money is not the issue. The issue is my son."
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