Police in Wales have found a body in the search for missing Sean Miller.
Sean, 22, had been enjoying a night out with friends when he was last seen walking away from the centre of Newtown, Wales, at around 1am on February 22.
A Dyfed-Powys Police spokeswoman said: “It is with sadness that Dyfed-Powys Police can confirm a body has been found during the search for missing Sean Miller, from Newtown.
"Our thoughts are with his family, who have been informed of the development. They are being supported by specially trained officers at this time.
“HM Coroner is aware; formal identification has not yet taken place.”
Earlier this month his family appeal for help in locating the missing man – and said he had recently "turned his life around" after suffering from anxiety.
Julie, 56, said: "Sean is a fit, young man. He used to do parkour and free running and would film himself doing it. He’s 22 – he has his whole life in front of him."
"It’s almost like he’s just vanished.
"He had a touch of asthma but he is quite fit."
She added: "As soon as he moved out at 19 Sean suffered from depression, anxiety and social anxiety. But he had just switched to Universal Credit and he was happier he had more money than than he did before.
"Just before he disappeared it seemed like he was turning a corner – he would get up and search for jobs.
"He had started to improve with his social anxiety and was making an effort to manage his job centre appointments by himself. He was standing on his own two feet.
"Sean has disappeared without trace and with each day we are growing more fearful for him. It is touching that so many people are trying to help and I’m praying daily for my beloved son."
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