Mystery letter could help solve case of gamer who vanished without a trace three years ago
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Police are sharing the details of a letter which they hope could help find a man who vanished without a trace more than three years ago.
Jordan Moray was reported missing from his home in Aberdare, Wales on 2 August 2019.
His concerned relatives called the police after visiting his flat and finding the door unlocked and his game console still switched on.
His trainers, a rucksack and a headlamp were all gone from inside his flat, but his mobile phone was found on charge in his bedroom.
The case will feature on Channel 5’s new series Vanished, which examines missing person cases.
For the first time, police will reveal the contents of a letter that was written by someone who believes they may have seen Moray on the night he went missing.
Vanished host Dan Walker told the Mirror: “We are trying to work out what happened and where he is now and what we can do to shine a light on that.
“We will have South Wales Police on the show and three months after he went missing, police said they received a handwritten letter.
"They’ve talked about wanting to find out who wrote that letter, but they’ve never revealed the contents.
"They’re going to be showing us that letter for the first time, we’ll be reading out that letter, and it is somebody who thinks that they saw something that night and heard something that night.
"Without going into too much detail, it’s really interesting what the guy says he saw, and you can see why the police were looking for him [the person who wrote the letter] because what he heard and saw may actually have been Jordan.”
Moray’s mum Debbie, who will also appear in the show, has taken part in numerous appeals to try and find her son.
In a fresh appeal last summer, she said: “We were heartbroken. He's best friends with his brother Josh and Josh is terrible - looking over the gate constantly to see if he's coming. Constantly. Nothing.
“It's like looking for a needle in a haystack but we keep doing it. Wherever we go we put posters.
“Sometimes I feel as if he had never existed. Nothing is coming in with the police.”
Addressing her son directly, she added: “Come home. Everything will be fine. We love you millions. Just come home.”
Vanished: The Hunt for Britain’s Missing People airs on Channel 5 at 9pm tonight (Thursday 6th April).