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A £10,000 reward has been offered for missing X Factor star Levi Davis

A £10,000 reward has been offered for missing X Factor star Levi Davis

The rugby player has been missing for weeks and it's hoped the financial reward will entice people to speak up.

A £10,000 reward has been offered as the search continues for missing X Factor star Levi Davis.

The performer and rugby player was last seen on 29 October at The Old Irish Pub in Barcelona, Spain.

Authorities have found his travel documents while looking for him but there's been no trace of him.

There have been no confirmed sightings of Levi since he went missing and there are posters with his likeness up all over Barcelona, asking people with information to come forward.

In an effort to entice people with information to come forward, a big chunk of change will be given to the person who is able to give information that leads to Levi's discovery, according to the Mirror.

The family has enlisted the help of private investigator Gavin Burrows as they continue searching high and low for him.

Levi Davis has been missing since 29 October.
REUTERS / Alamy Stock Photo

Levi's mum, Julie, said (via The Sun): "We are very grateful to Gavin and his team for volunteering their time, expertise and the reward fund to help find Levi.

"We are still worried sick about him and just want him home safely. Hopefully this extra support will encourage people with any information to come forward."

The rugby player has not used his phone or bank accounts since going missing, and he has not been in touch with any of his family members since then either.

Levi said he'd planned to travel around Spain before meeting friends in France, but since his final confirmed sighting, he has not been seen by anyone.

Julie said the last time she'd heard from her son was the day he went missing as he told her he was 'fine' in Spain.

Levi Davis recorded the video on the ferry to Barcelona from Ibiza.

She has appealed for him to come home and said she knew he'd been 'going through his struggles'.

Julie told the MailOnline: "This is a very worrying development because you cannot do anything in Barcelona without a passport.

"Besides travel, you cannot book into a hotel or even rent somewhere without one," she said.

"We know that his phone and two bank accounts have been untouched since he disappeared and so this is another blow.

"There have been a few sightings of someone looking like Levi near La Boqueria Market and the Arc de Triomf monument over the last week but sadly we are not sure it's him."

The 24-year-old reportedly only had a small backpack with him at the time of his disappearance.

Featured Image Credit: Family Handout. Alamy / Steve Vas.

Topics: UK News