A mum has made a heartbreaking plea for her missing son who is believed to have been attacked in a 'big brawl' at a New Year's Eve bash.
Steven Dyson, 22, did not return to his home in Bury, Greater Manchester, after the suspected assault.
His family and police fear he may need urgent medical attention.
Steven went to the party in the town of Ramsbottom after being seen at a nearby pub and service station at 3am.
Steven is then believed to have been attacked during at the party, which he left around 9am.Read More
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Police launched an appeal for help to find him after his mother raised the alarm when he did not return home, the Manchester Evening News reported.
Lorraine Roach went to check on her son at 5pm on New Year’s Day and found he was not in his bedroom.
She has been left frustrated as she said there have been mixed reports from revellers at the party about what happened.
Ms Roach is urging those who were there and witnessed what happened to tell the truth.
She said: “There was a big brawl at this party. We don’t know what injuries he’s got.Read More
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“Everyone at the party needs to tell the truth. We don’t know where he is, his phone is dead.
"His good friends say they don’t know where he is.”
His auntie Trish said his disappearance is very out of character.
Whenever he goes out for a drink, he usually comes back home and sleeps off the hangover in his bed, she said.
In a direct appeal to her nephew, she said: “Please Steven, come home ASAP, we are worried about you.”
Detective Chief Inspector Charlotte Cadden, from Greater Manchester Police, said: “Steven’s family are becoming increasingly concerned after not hearing from him for such a long time.Read More
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“He may be in urgent need of medical attention, so the sooner we can find him, the better.
“Please take a good look at the picture of Steven and do what you can so we can reunite this young man with his loved ones, who are desperate to hear from him.”
Steven is white, 5ft 11ins tall, of slim build, with short dark hair which is longer on the top.
He was last seen wearing a leather jacket with a grey top, black skinny jeans and grey boots.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 0161 856 8157 or 101, quoting reference MP/18/0112464.