Police are appealing for any information on the whereabouts of Aamir 'Eric' Qudeer, who has not been seen for more than eight days.
Aamir has been missing since Wednesday, 26th February when he was last seen at Leeds railway station, boarding a train for Liverpool at 3pm. Anybody who can help with the search is asked to come forward urgently as police and his family are increasingly concerned for his welfare.
CCTV footage from Liverpool Lime Street shows Aamir leaving the station at 6pm and he has been tracked through CCTV up to 6:40pm that day.
The last believed sighting was at 6.55pm the same day on Mulgrave Street, Liverpool 8, though he may have returned to Yorkshire as his home is in Leeds and he is a student at Bradford University.
Aamir is 5ft 5" tall and was wearing a grey long sleeved top, dark body warmer, dark trousers and dark shoes.
Detective Inspector Neil Benstead of West Yorkshire Police, said: “We are increasingly concerned about Aamir and are appealing to him or anyone who may have seen him in Merseyside or Yorkshire to please to make contact and reassure both us and his family that he is okay.
“His disappearance is out of character and it was his 21st birthday on Monday so his lack of contact is causing serious concern. I would appeal to Aamir or anyone who sees him to get in contact with police on 101. Anyone with information can also telephone or text Missing People on 116 000.”