THOUSANDS of football fans were leafleted by a family desperately trying to search for a teenage boy who has been missing for five years.
Andrew Gosden disappeared from his Balby home in September 2007 and there have been no definite sightings of the 14-year-old after that day when he was spotted on CCTV at King’s Cross station in London.
His devastated family have since launched a campaign to find Andrew and on Saturday teamed up with British charity Missing People to leaflet football fans at the Keepmoat Stadium during Doncaster Rovers versus Scunthorpe United.
Martin Crosby, of Missing People, said: “We had 1,000 people holding up posters and people have asked us to personally send them information so they can distribute it around their towns and villages.
“The feedback was very supportive and a lot of people have offered their spare time to help the search for Andrew.”
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