Police are still searching for missing 19-year-old James Corfield, from Montgomery, who went missing at the Royal Welsh Show.
James was last seen at the White Horse pub in Builth Wells, at around midnight on Monday.
His family say they are beside themselves and are "desperate for news."
He was in Builth Wells for the Royal Welsh Show and was camping with friends. We are desperate as a family for any small piece of information that anyone may have regarding his whereabouts.
We are beside ourselves as a family and are desperate for news. We are incredibly grateful for the volunteers who are helping to search for him.
We are asking people to look at James' pictures and try to remember where they have seen him. He was last seen wearing a royal blue Abercrombie polo shirt with a white logo, dark blue jeans and light brown deck shoes.
We love you James, please come back safe.
The police have thanked the public for their help and have asked locals to check their gardens, sheds and any outbuildings for signs of James.
James was reported missing yesterday afternoon after he didn’t turn up to meet his family at the Royal Welsh Show. We know that James was last seen at around midnight on Monday the 24th of July, at the White Horse public house.
We have now been searching for James for over 24 hours and are growing increasingly concerned.
I would like to reassure the public that Police Officers are following all possible lines of enquiry and are being assisted by specialist search teams around Builth Wells, today.
Updates on the investigation will be released on official police accounts.
The 19-year-old's body was discovered in Builth Wells last month, just days after he was reported missing at the Royal Welsh Show.
Police have confirmed the body found in Builth Wells on Sunday has been identified as 19-year-old James Corfield.
Hundreds of people gathered in Montgomery today to show their support for the missing teenager James Corfield and his family.