Police divers have undertaken a fresh search for man who has been missing for more than two weeks.

Nathan Cole, 32, was last seen on CCTV in Banbury Road, Walthamstow, at 11.17pm on January 21.

His family have launched a fresh appeal for information following his “agonising” disappearance.

Officers have been searching the area around Wild Marshes, Lea River and Pymmes Brook.

Sonar equipment and divers are being used to search the deeper waters.

Police dogs are also involved, and specialist policing units are in the process of reviewing hours of CCTV footage in the hope of gaining new evidence pointing to Nathan’s location.

On the night of February 4, Nathan’s family and friends joined officers in an appeal for information in the area Nathan was last seen.

Nathan’s family said: “The two-week anniversary appeal was an opportunity for us to interact with the local community members who spend their time in the area where Nathan was last seen.

"It was an emotional evening for us, but we really appreciated the time and support given to us by passers-by.

"We just hope that the story of Nathan's disappearance continues to resonate with those who might have any information related to his disappearance on January 21.

“It's completely agonising, not knowing whether or not Nathan is going to walk through the door and come back to us. We continue to hope that Nathan is still alive.”

The family also released a list of items that they believe were in Nathan’s possession when he went missing.

These include – black headphones, a DJI Mini 2 drone with remote, a black shiny leather wallet, gloves which have the fingers cut off, and glasses.

Officers are encouraging anyone who may have seen or found these items to contact them.

Detective Inspector Fiona Van Kampen said: "Nathan is a young man who appears to have vanished without a trace. Someone, somewhere must know what happened to him.

“I would like to renew our appeal to any members of the public who may have seen Nathan since his disappearance in the night of January 21 and 22, or who may have come across any of the possessions he had with him that night.”

Anyone who sees Nathan should call 999.

Anyone with other information can call 101, giving the reference 23MIS002577.

Information can also be provided to the Missing People charity on 116 000.

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