Police find Levi Davis's passport at Barcelona port
Missing British rugby player was last seen on October 29 leaving The Old Irish Pub on La Rambla boulevard
Catalan police have found the passport of missing British rugby player Levi Davis at Barcelona port, as confirmed by Catalan News on Tuesday.
The investigation is still ongoing as the whereabouts of Levi Davis are still unknown after being last seen on October 29 leaving The Old Irish Pub on La Rambla boulevard.
The passport was found in Barcelona's port area and was then handed to the Mossos d'Esquadra police force, as local officers and sources from the port told this media outlet after reports in both British and Catalan media.
Levi Davis had been traveling across Europe before he went missing.
On the day of the disappearance, he sailed from Ibiza to the Catalan city and after arriving visited the bar where he was last seen.
The professional rugby player for Worthing Raiders RFC was last recorded by CCTV leaving The Old Irish Pub wearing a white t-shirt after sending a video to his mother Julie.
Since that moment, Julie Davis told Catalan News in an interview she was going through a "rollercoaster" few days, after having spent some time in Barcelona trying to find her missing son.
Julie has experienced disrupted nights of sleep and wakes up hoping and praying that Levi has turned up.
Since Davis has gone missing, there have been a couple of potential sightings of him in Barcelona city center on La Rambla, Barceloneta beach, and in Plaça de Sant Agustí.
The 24-year-old player wanted to tour around Europe while recovering from an ACL. His first stop was to visit a friend in Ibiza before he then traveled to Catalonia, but he didn't have specific plans for his trip, according to his mother.
If anybody thinks they may have seen Levi in Barcelona or in the surrounding area, they are urged to contact the police by phoning 112.
Otherwise, they can email email@example.com.