Police search for man who went missing in Camden, north London | London

Police officers are continuing to investigate the case of a 32-year-old man who disappeared on his way to a concert in Camden in north London and has been missing for more than two weeks.

Nathan Cole, who worked at the London School of Economics, was last seen on CCTV in Banbury Road, Walthamstow, near to the Banbury Reservoir, at 11pm on 21 January.

Police officers have previously said they are concerned “he may have come to harm”.

Specialist search officers and divers have searched the Banbury Reservoir area, including the Wild Marshes, Lea River, Pymmes Brook, the canal and reservoirs.

The BBC has filmed a reconstruction of Cole’s last known movements. His sister Hannah told the broadcaster: “It’s completely heartbreaking not knowing whether he’s alive and whether he’s going to walk through the door or we’re going to get that phone call that police have found something. Being in that limbo is very painful for the family.”

Officers have been reviewing hours’ worth of CCTV in the hope of gaining evidence pointing to Cole’s location.

Nathan Cole. Photograph: Metropolitan police/PA

Cole’s family released a list of items they believe were in his possession when he went missing: black headphones, a DJI Mini 2 drone with remote, a black shiny leather wallet, gloves with the fingers cut off, and glasses.

Officers are encouraging anyone who may have seen or found these items to contact them.

In the most recent update from the Met police, DI Fiona Van Kampen said: “Nathan is a young man who appears to have vanished without a trace. Someone, somewhere must know what happened to him. He is very close to his parents and siblings and we have been working closely together with Nathan’s family, who have been invaluable in progressing the investigation.

“I would like to renew our appeal to any members of the public who may have seen Nathan since his disappearance in the night of 21 into 22 January, or who may have come across any of the possessions he had with him that night. I would like to reassure anyone who may have picked these up and not handed them in, that all we are interested in is locating Nathan.’’

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