Levi Davis: Family frustrated over search for missing rugby star

The family of rugby player Levi Davis say they are frustrated by the lack of information from the investigation into his disappearance.

Levi has been missing in Spain for over a month, with his mum Julie describing progress as being “very slow”.

The 24-year-old travelled to Barcelona on 29 October, after visiting a friend in Ibiza for a week.

He took a boat to the Catalan capital, going to the Old Irish Pub, and was spotted on CCTV leaving around 10pm.

The rugby union player has not been seen or heard from since.

Julie last had contact with her son on the day he went missing, when he sent a video while travelling on the boat telling her “it’s beautiful here”.

Since the end of October there have been a few possible sightings of Levi – but none have been confirmed as him.

Then, almost two weeks ago, his passport was discovered at the port area of the city.

Spanish police have confirmed this to the BBC, but say they can’t comment on the investigation any further at this stage.


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