Appeal by parents of missing man


Eighty-five people are registered as missing in Northern Ireland, with dozens of people going through the ordeal of not knowing what's happened to a loved one.

The family of 22-year-old Bangor man James Fenton have been living with this distressing uncertainty for more than two weeks and have made a heartfelt appeal for information. Chris Page reports.

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