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Missing Thomas Jones: University fresher's pal reveals phone call from before teenager vanishedA teen who vanished during Freshers Week called his new flatmate to say he was just two minutes from home shortly before he disappeared without a trace, a friend claims. Thomas Jones, 18, was quite close to getting home safe and had told people he was fine right up until the point he went missing, says a childhood friend. Harley Hatheringtno, who has known Thomas since they were aged nine, said he saw Thomas in the Velvet nightclub in Worcester shortly before he went missing, and he seemed absolutely fine and not intoxicated at all. Police have arrested a second man on suspicion of murder in the search for football fan Thomas, w

ho was last seen in the early ho王中王資料一肖中特天 urs of Wednesday, close to Worcesters River Severn. Have you been affected by this story? Email webnews@trinitymirror.com The 18-year-old was in his first week of university when he disappeared (Image: Facebook) The second man was arrested late yesterday evening by officers investigating the 18-year-old university freshers disappearance in the West Midlands. Police say the man is

aged 20 and from Worcester. Both he and the first man, also 20 and from the same city, remain in police custody. Thomas was in his first week of university and was due to start on a primary education course today. Harley set up a Facebook page called

Find Jonah which has gathered over 18,000 members since it was created on Thursday. The River Severn is searched following Thomas disappearance (Image: SWNS.com) Firefighters launch search and rescue boats during the search for the student (Image: Caters News Agency) He said he believed Thomas had gone out on his own after going to watch the West Bromwich Albion versus Bristol City game earlier that night with his dad. Harley said: I saw him in the Velvet nightclub and he seemed absolutely fine. He was behaving normally and didnt seemed intoxicated at all. You can tell when somebody has had a few but Thomas wasnt like that, there was no sign of drink or drugs and thats what has baffled us all. It was like talking to him at a lecture in the middle to the day, thats how little hed had to drink. He was his usual bubbly self, looking forward to starting uni. He knew Worcester city centre as wed been out there before but he was new

to the St Johns area of the city where his new halls of residence were. Officers are working around the clock to try to locate Thomas (Image: Facebook) A missing poster close to where Thomas was last seen (Image: Birmingham Mail) Tom had phoned his mum and then his new flatmate to tell him he was two minutes away from home before he disappeared. Nobody can quite understand how its happened. He was quite close to getting home safe and had told people he was fine right up until the point he went missing. After being seen near the River Severn, Thomas is thought to have crossed the Sabrina footbridge, police said. He is then believed to have walked on to the footpath along the top of the flood defences on Hylton Road towards Hallow just before 3.50am. Members of the public have been asked to stay away from the search area, where trained divers and officers are conducting a full and thorough search. Thomas was starting a primary education course at the University of Worcester. Members of the public have been told to avoid the search area (Image: Birmingham Mail) Search and rescue team members on the riverbank (Image: SWNS.com) He had only moved to the city last weekend. He had been on a Freshers night out with pals and had sounded fine as he spoke to his mum and a friend via

phone before he vanished, his family say. Hours after the students disappearance, his worried father Ian took to social media to appeal for any information on his sons whereabouts. Sharing a picture of Thomas on Facebook, Ian wrote: Please help our 18 year old son Tom Jones has gone missing in Worcester around 3am 19.9.18. If you see or now his whereabouts please get in touch (sic). His friend said: Ive known Thomas since we were kids, we went to the same school in Bromsgrove. When he went missing I just wanted to help in any way I could and we are still just trying to stay positive and hopeful. Police are investigating the freshers disappearance (Image: Worcester News / SWNS.com) I am doing the same course as him which is Primary Initial Teaching Education - our first lecture was today. It wasnt the news we wanted to hear when the police said they have arrested two people - but we refuse to give up hope. Today, West Mercia Police said a second man had been arrested in connection with the investigation to locate the University of Worcester student. The force said: The second 20-year-old man, also from Worcester, was arrested late yesterday evening on suspicion of murder. Both men arrested are currently in police custody. Superintendent Damian Pettit said: The investigating team have been carrying out extensive enquiries and searches since Thomas was rep

orted missing on Wednesday. Officers are working around the clock to try to locate Thomas. The community of Worcester has really pulled together and I would like to thank everyone who has come forward with information, as well as to the hundreds of volunteers who have been supporting the investigation. The students dad has appealed for any information on his whereabouts (Image: Birmingham Mail) We are continuing the investigation with a number of lines of enquiry and will keep the community updated with developments in our continued investigation. Thomass family has been made aware of the updates and they are being supported by specially trained officers. Supt Pettit continued: I understand todays update may have an impact on the local community and there will be officers in the local area over the coming days to offer reassurance to local residents. Anyone who is concerned is encouraged to speak to a local officer on patrol or to call us. Searches will be continuing and we kindly ask that the public stay away from the search area, so that our trained officers can continue to conduct a full an

d thorough search. We are working with the university to ensure that staff, students and all effected by Thomass disappearance are receiving the support they need. Hundreds of volunteers have joined the search for Thomas since his disappearance - a response described by police as unprecedented. Aunt Jackie Rogers said the student had spoken to his mum and a friend in the early hours of Wednesday, and sent a Snapchat while near the railing

s The community of Worcester has pulled together to try to track down the student (Image: Worcester News / SWNS.com) She said: People are out searching areas where he was supposed to be. We have no confirmation that he crossed the bridge though. He is of slim build, had a black jacket on, blonde hair - he stands out because hes a little-ish lad, but big in personality. To go missing is totally out of character for him. He had b

een drinking but not a lot. He hadnt been out all night because he didnt go out until late. She said Thomas had been with his dad watching football on Wednesday before he went home at 11.45pm, got changed and went out with pals. Ian, 50, said last week Were realists, but were also positive people and weve got to think positive all the while. Because if we didnt wed be letting ourselves down and our family and friends, so we are positive. Mum Vicky, 53, added: He is out there and we will find him. Thomas is described as being white, 5ft 5ins, of slim build, with short mousy brown hair and grey and green coloured eyes. Appeals have been widely distributed on social media by friends, family and a number of celebrities following his disappearance. Anyone with any information is asked to call West Mercia Police on 101 quoting incident number 431s of 19 September. You can also contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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