More information has come through on teenager William Wright, who went missing after a night out with friends in Manchester’s gay village at the weekend.
William, 19, from Crick, Wales, was last seen by his friends at 4:20am on Saturday, March 7th outside the View bar on Canal Street.
According to witness sightings reported to police, he was later seen in club AXM Late in Bloom Street dancing with a group of topless men and may have had a cut on his face.
William was then caught on CCTV getting into a taxi at around 7.15am at Rainbow Cabs on Princess Street with a man aged between 20-27, who was wearing a white top and light-coloured trousers.
They were seen chatting to two other men at the taxi rank, one of whom was wearing a cap.
A Rainbow Cabs driver said he had dropped the pair off in Stretford between 7:30 and 8:00am on Saturday morning.
William was last seen wearing a grey t-shirt and jeans with coloured buttons and coloured bands on his arms and wrists, along with a yellow necklace.
His family have said his phone has run out of battery and he has no money.
A Facebook group has been created by his family and friends, who say his disappearance is “out of character”.
Anyone with information relating to William’s whereabouts should contact Greater Manchester Police on 0161 856 3221.