Emergency services search for Adam Seaton, who has not been seen since 9 August

The family of a student who went missing after visiting a RSPB nature reserve over three weeks ago has appealed for information from the public.

Emergency services are searching for Adam Seaton, 20, who has not been seen since he left his home in Southport, Merseyside, on 9 August. Police believe the geography student drove his mother’s Ford Fiesta to nearby RSPB Marshside nature reserve, which he was planning to study in a university project according to his family.

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