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Classmates help search for Nathan
CLASSMATES of missing student Nathan Taylor are helping with the search to find him.
The 18-year-old is a media student at Warrington Collegiate where peers have been attempting to contact him.
Students have designed a find Nathan poster, while flyers have been posted around the campus on Long Lane.
The appeal is also being screened in the dining and leisure areas, and on the college’s website, intranet and social networking pages.
Paul Hafren, principal, said: “We are all desperately concerned about Nathan and are doing all we can to support the search.
“We would like to extend our best wishes to his family at this worrying time.
“We all hope that he will come back to the college to finish his studies as soon as he can.”
Fiona Baxter, curriculum manager for ICT and media, said: “Staff who teach Nathan and his classmates and support workers have been meeting every day to discuss the ways in which we can support the police search.
“His classmates have been talking to the police about their most recent contact with him and have created a poster themselves which they handed out in Warrington.
“They would like his family to know that they are thinking of him and are hoping for his safe return as soon as possible.”
Nathan went missing after leaving at party at the Bridge Bar in Latchford at 11.30pm on Saturday.
Anyone with information can call police on 101.