By Matthew Roscoe •
Updated: 17 Nov 2022 • 10:06
Levi Davis Image: British Embassy in Spain/Facebook
UPDATE. 10.05 am (November 17) – According to a report from The Sun on Thursday, November 17, a potential sighting of missing Brit Levi Davis was made just minutes from the Irish pub where he was last seen.
This comes after the family reportedly received a tip that the missing X-Factor star was spotted just six minutes away from the pub earlier this week.
The family noted that on Monday, November 14, Davis was reportedly seen in the Placa Sant Agusti Vell square near Barcelona’s Arc de Triomf monument.
According to Cronica Global, Levi’s family said: “A person claims to have seen Levi in Barcelona.
“It has not been possible to confirm the information yet, and the search is continuing.”
A spokeswoman for Barcelona’s police force told the British tabloid newspaper that they had received the same information, adding: “Our investigation is ongoing.”
ORIGINAL 2.53 (November 11) – Levi Davis, the 24-year-old former Bath and England rugby star, has been missing following a trip to Barcelona in Spain.
Levi Davis has not been seen since October 29, when he was in the Las Ramblas area of the Spanish city of Barcelona with friends.
On Friday, November 11, the British Embassy in Spain issued an urgent appeal to find the missing rugby star.
“Many of you may have heard about Levi Davis, who is missing, having been last seen in Barcelona on 29th October,” the embassy wrote.
“His family and friends have produced the below poster and would be very grateful if you could share it with your networks.”
It added: “If you have any information that may help to find him, please email email@example.com or call the Mossos (police) on 112. Thank you.”
Facebook users were quick to share the appeal for information.
“Shared with Spanish friends in Barcelona to try and widen the search to local people,” one person wrote.
“Shared Costa Blanca,” another said.
Another said: “Shared Malaga.”
Earlier this week, his mum Julie Davis said she would be heading to Spain to search for her son.
Making an emotional plea on ITV’s Good Morning Britain (GMB), Davis said:
“Levi please, if you see this, please get in touch.
“I can’t begin to understand how you’re feeling but just know that I do love you and our family loves you and we just want you home.”
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