Police looking for a missing University of York student are now searching the River Thames after new CCTV images were discovered.
Harvey Parker was last seen in the early hours of Friday 16 December, having left Heaven nightclub, near Charing Cross, alone.
The latest images revealed Mr Parker then entered Craven Street and was heading south towards the Embankment before he disappeared.
Friends say he had been to a Little Simz concert in Brixton before going to the nightclub on Friday.
Detective Chief Inspector Lucy O’Connor said: “We are doing all we can to find Harvey, and working closely with our colleagues in the Marine Policing Unit.
The Met says: “The search is being conducted on the river following a review of CCTV in the area that indicates that Harvey may have entered the water near the Golden Jubilee Bridge,”
Fellow music student William King told David Dunning on YorkMix Radio: “Since we heard the news over the weekend, it was a reaction of concern and sense of wishing there was more we could do in trying to help the search in whatever way we can.
“Because it’s the holidays and everybody is so far apart, it’s very hard to know what there is we can actually do.
“But we’re just hoping that as more people retweet and more people share on Instagram etc, word will spread and we get closer to finding Harvey.”
Harvey is described as having short black hair and a slight build.
He is mixed race and 5ft 8ins tall.
Anyone with information can call 101 or tweet @MetCC.
Please quote CAD 3134/18DEC21.