Did you visit the Lake District last week? Did you see missing student Matthew Jordan on your travels? April 2nd, 2014 admin Latest News Shares Comments Did you visit the Lake District last week? Did you see missing student Matthew Jordan on your travels? Police are asking anyone who visited the Lake District last week if they saw missing student Matthew Jordan. The mother of missing Middlesbrough student Matthew Jordan said she will “never give up looking” for her son as she gives more detail about the night he went missing in the Lake District. Matthew, went missing from the Stags Head Pub at 12.30am on Thursday March 27th 2014 after getting separated from his friends. The 20-year-old’s family, including mum Clare have been in Windermere for the last five days as the search for him continues. Mrs Jordan said: “We know Matthew had money on him and that his mobile phone battery had gone flat. “He asked for assistance at one establishment to use a phone charger and a taxi to be ordered. He also asked at another establishment for a room for the night. Unfortunately none of these requests were fulfilled.” Matthew, a student at Teesside University, was visiting Windermere with three friends. The last possible sighting of the former Nunthorpe School pupil was in Bowness at 1am last Thursday outside the Hole in the Wall pub. Mrs Jordan added: “We would like to make a second appeal for the whereabouts of Matthew Jordan. “It is now been almost a week since Matthew was last seen this is totally out of character. Matthew was visiting Windermere and Bowness with three of his friends. He had not visited this area since he was a child. “Matthew is 6ft tall. He was wearing a blue checked shirt and light blue jeans with boots. Matthew is a happy and popular person who loves sport. “He is studying for a criminology degree and wants to join the police. “Matthew was last seen heading towards the Rayrigg Road at around 1am. We believe that there must be more sightings of Matthew at this time, please come forward with any information no matter how small. “We would like to thank everyone for their help and support, especially the police and search teams for all their hard work. “Matthew is our world. We love you Matthew. We will find you and we will never give up looking for you.” Anyone with any information is asked to contact Cumbria Police on 101 as soon as possible and ask for the duty sergeant at Windermere. Or you can call Missing People in confidence on 116 000. Submit News Contact us with your community, business or sport news. Phone 07930717137 Email [email protected] Twitter www.twitter.com/onthespot_news Facebook www.facebook.com/otsnews.co.uk Related Comments comments!