Family offers £10k reward to find missing rugby player Levi Davis

Family offers £10,000 cash reward to find missing rugby player Levi Davis who vanished in Barcelona in October

  • Levi Davis, 24, was last seen leaving the Old Irish Pub in Barcelona’s La Rambla
  • He arrived in the city on October 29 on board a ferry from the party island Ibiza
  • His mother Julie is appealing for information to help find her find her son
  • The talented rugby player sent his mother a video hours before he vanished  

A £10,000 cash reward has been offered by friends and family searching for missing rugby star Levi Davis. 

The 24-year-old winger has been missing since he left the Old Irish Pub off Barcelona’s La Rambla on October 29. 

The player, who was taking time out from the game to recover from an injury had earlier been on Ibiza. 

He had been in contact with his mother Julie shortly before he went missing.  

Levi Davis, 24, was last seen leaving the Old Irish Pub off La Rambla in Barcelona on October 29

His mother Julie Davis, pictured, is appealing for members of the public to come forward if they have any information as to where her son may be staying 

According to The Mirror, a £10,000 reward is being offered to help find Mr Davis. 

His family has also instructed a private investigator, Gavin Burrows, to assist in the search. 

In 2019 the talented sportsman was on X-Factor as part of the Try Star group with fellow players Ben Foden and Thom Evans. 

His mother Julie told BBC Newsbeat: ‘I’m concerned about Levi’s welfare, if he’s eating OK. I just don’t know how he’s managing to get by from day-to-day.’

Since he vanished at the end of October there have been several sightings but none have been confirmed. 

Mr Davis travelled on a ferry from Ibiza to Barcelona from where he went missing 

The last time he was spotted was when leaving the bar in Barcelona. 

Mrs Davis said: ‘We are still worried sick about him and just want him home safely. Hopefully this extra support will encourage people with any information to come forward.’

There have been no attempts to access his bank account or social media profiles since he went missing. 

In November, police in Barcelona found his passport.  

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