A passport belonging to missing X Factor performer and rugby player Levi Davis has been found by police.
He has not been seen since 29 October at The Old Irish Pub in Barcelona, Spain, and officers have said they found his travel documents a few days ago.
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.
Spotted on CCTV the night of 29 October leaving The Old Irish Pub and heading north towards Hard Rock Cafe, the whereabouts of Davis after that are currently unknown.
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 had said that he'd planned to travel around Spain before meeting friends in France, but since his final confirmed sighting last month he has not been seen by anyone.
Levi's mum 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.
She has appealed for him to come home and said she knew he'd been 'going through his struggles'.
Julie told the MailOnline today: "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. 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
The last person to speak to Levi was his friend Richard Squire, who was told by the rugby player that he was going to meet friends in Barcelona and hadn't heard from him since them.
Squire said the prolonged disappearance meant 'everyone who knows him is getting increasingly worried' about what's happened to Levi.
Levi's brother Nathan said 'someone, somewhere has got to know something' about where he is.
There have been two unconfirmed sightings of Levi which police are looking into, but the rugby player's mum has said they are 'not sure it's him'.
The family have set up a GoFundMe page, hoping they will be able to raise funds to help track Levi down.
They are hoping they will be able to return to Barcelona and personally search for Levi in the city, with the money donated going towards the cost of their travel and accommodation.
On the GoFundMe his family said any money left over would 'get him the professional help he needs', and any left after that would be donated to charity.
Anyone with information which could help Levi's family find him are encouraged to message them via [email protected].