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Missing Luke Jobson police warn public not to carry out own a searches and to work with Police

Cleveland Police request family & friends of Missing Luke Jobson work with the police rather than carry out their own searches.

Police are aware that members of Luke’s family and friends had planned to attend areas around Yarm School to search for him this morning.

While we completely understand their concern and distress at his disappearance we have to warn anyone who turns up that unfortunately we cannot facilitate public searches at this stage as specially trained police search teams remain in the area. Furthermore Yarm School grounds are private property and it would be inappropriate for people to turn up and access this land.

Again, we acknowledge this public search was organised in the very best interests of Luke and his family but we would ask them to work with police and be guided by experienced and specially trained officers who are well versed in safe, resource effective search methods.

Have you seen Luke? Last Seen in Yarm in the early hours of yesterday.

Police are trying to trace missing 22-year-old Luke Jobson who was last seen in Yarm in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Luke was outside The Keys on Yarm High Street before going up towards Osbournes and then was last seen near to Yarm School at around 2:15am on Saturday 26th January.

He was last seen wearing black jeans and a grey polo top.

Luke has not returned home or been in touch with family or friends and they are extremely concerned as it is out of character.

Cleveland Police confirmed they Were still searching for missing 22-year-old Luke Jobson who was last seen near to Yarm School at around 2:15am on Saturday 26th January.

The police helicopter is up and specialist search advisors are in the area.

Detectives are appealing for taxi drivers and other drivers in the area between 2am and 3am on 26th to check any Dashcam footage and those who live in Yarm to check private CCTV.

Anyone with information or who has seen Luke is asked to call Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101.

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