Levi Davis hasn’t been seen for a month, so his friends and family are looking for him. The 24-year-old former rugby player for Bath was last seen on October 29 leaving the Old Irish Pub on La Rambla in Barcelona, Spain.
He left Ibiza hours before that. The man from the United Kingdom was in Spain after he hurt his knee and had to stop playing rugby.
The news outlet got surveillance footage of the athlete leaving the pub. He was wearing a small black backpack, a white t-shirt, black jeans, and black shoes.
His mother, Julie has gone to Barcelona to work with the police. According to sources, she told Spanish reporters, “When I asked him where he would stay, he didn’t want to give me an address. He said he was an adult and would be moving around.”
She also told The Mirror that he didn’t bring any clothes back from Ibiza and also forgot to bring his passport.
Mossos d’Esquadra police said on Tuesday that they had started an official investigation into Davis’ disappearance while waiting for his family to confirm that he was missing. The news outlet said that a friend filed a missing person report on Wednesday, which proved that she was gone.
URGENT L!! If anyone has seen or heard from Levi Davis in the last 2 weeks could you please drop me a message asap. Many thanks. pic.twitter.com/UZCDuH0say
— Tom Varndell (@Tom_Varndell) November 5, 2022
Davis’s sister, Candace Balfour, who is 23 years old, told The Telegraph about the last voice message he sent to their family before he disappeared.
“I appreciate you, sis. Honestly I really do. I love you guys, seriously,” he said. “I love you and yeah, this is tough but you know me. I’m a fighter, and that’s what I’m gonna do. Thanks for getting in touch. I really, really do appreciate when you guys get in touch.”
“I’m really sorry; I’ve always been awful but, especially over this last period, it’s been really hard keeping in contact. Big love, and I’ll catch you guys soon, 100 percent.”
Balfour said her brother sent the message after she asked him about a worrying post he made on Instagram on Oct. 26. In response to the now-deleted post, she said, “Hey Bro, I saw your video yesterday and wanted to share the love from the family with you at this time!”
Sources said that Davis’ friend Richard Squire, who lives in Ibiza, was the last person to see him. He started a GoFundMe to get money for the investigation.
Levi Davis is still missing. His mother has just given out this heartfelt appeal on @GMB. As a parent, I can only imagine what she must be going through. The power of social media is immense. Let’s get this message to her son circulating! 👇🏼 pic.twitter.com/F3DPeO1PTk
— Andy Grundy (@AndyGrundy10) November 8, 2022
“As many of you will have seen in the press and on social media, Levi Davis is currently missing, last seen in Barcelona. He’s struggled with his mental health for many years and we, his friends and family, are extremely concerned for him,” Squire wrote in the campaign that has raised £880 ($1,025) of its £3,000 goal.
“We’ve had some possible sightings, and we need to get his friends and family on the ground in Spain to walk the streets looking for him and follow up on any leads,” Squire said as he thanked people who had shared posters to help find Davis.
He said that the money raised on GoFundMe would pay for Davis to travel and get “the professional help he needs” if he was found. “Any money left over will be donated to a charity that can help other venerable [sic] people,” Squire wrote.
Davis’s mother, who appeared in 2019 on ITV’s The X Factor: Celebrity, also begged him to come home.
Very concerned about rugby player Levi Davis, he posted an odd reel to Instagram (now deleted) saying he was being blackmailed and now he’s gone missing in Spain. I really hope he’s found safe and well.
— Kat (@KatEasthope) November 6, 2022
“Levi, please, son if you see this message please, please get in touch,” she said while on Good Morning Britain on Tuesday. “I can’t begin to understand how you’re feeling but just know that I do love you, and our family loves you. We just want you home.”
She added, “To anybody else, if they do see him, please get in contact.” She said that if anyone knows where Davis is, they can send an email to email@example.com.
The official Bath rugby team asked for help spreading the word that Davis had gone missing by posting a picture of a missing person poster with the words “Please RT 🙏💙.”
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