Last-known movements of missing student Matthew Jordan revealed

Matthew Jordan Image copyright Cumbria Police
Image caption Matthew Jordan has been missing for almost one week

The parents of missing student Matthew Jordan have revealed further details of their son's last-known movements.

Matthew, 20, of Middlesbrough, was visiting the Lake District with friends on Thursday, 27 March.

His mother, Clare, said his mobile phone battery was flat and he had requested to use a phone charger and for a taxi to be ordered.

He also asked in another establishment for a room for the night, but none of those requests was fulfilled.

'Never give up'

She told a news conference: "It is now been almost a week since Matthew was last seen. This is totally out of character.

"He got separated from his friends. We know Matthew had money on him and that his mobile phone battery had gone flat.

"Matthew is our world. We love you, Matthew. We will find you and we will never give up looking for you."

The last confirmed sighting of the criminology degree student was at 00:44 GMT outside the Stag's Head pub in Bowness.

There was then a possible sighting outside the Hole in the Wall pub at 01:00 GMT.

He is described as of medium build with dark brown hair and was wearing a navy long-sleeved shirt, jeans and grey pull-up boots.

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