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Damien Nettles case continues, say police

Monday, November 3, 2014 - 9:30

THE CASE into missing Isle of Wight teenager Damien Nettles is still open, police have insisted.
Yesterday (Sunday) marked the 18th anniversary of the disappearance of teenager Damien, who was last seen, aged 16, during a night out in Cowes in 1996.
The last confirmed sighting of Damien on CCTV was in Yorkie's fish and chip shop off Cowes High Street at 11.35pm on Saturday, November 2, 1996.
He was also identified by his family on CCTV footage from Cowes High Street at 12.02am on Sunday, November 3, 1996. He was seen walking to a bus stop and back along the High Street eating his chips.
Police said no new lines of enquiry have been identified in the past year.
When he disappeared, Damien, who is from Gurnard, was described as white, six foot three inches tall, of slim build, with short brown hair shaved at the back and brown eyes.
He was wearing a black fleece jacket, dark blue jeans and black boots.
Anyone with any information about Damien's disappearance is urged to contact police.
A police spokesman stressed a key point to remember was to report new facts, not fiction created by repeated rumour.
Contact Hampshire Major Investigation Team at Fratton Police Station on 101 or by emailing [email protected].
Information can be given anonymously by calling Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Reporter: [email protected]

 


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