Police are searching for missing University of Reading student, Daniel Williams
He has been missing for nearly six days
The search for Daniel Williams, a second year student Computer Science student at Reading, is still ongoing after he went missing last week.
Williams was last seen at 1am on Thursday as he was leaving the SU bar to return to his accommodation at Wightnights campus in Reading, according to police reports.
Since then, the police have been "continuing to maximise all available resources", deploying 30 officers every day in a combined land and sky search.
— Uni of Reading (@UniofReading) February 1, 2019
Originally from Sutton in London, is described as 6ft, slim, and with blue eyes and short brown hair. He was wearing jeans, black shoes, a black hoody and a black t-shirt.
Daniel's family told the BBC they had "no concern at all" before Daniel's disappearance. They believed him to be "a happy, normal 19-year-old enjoying university life."
Poilice are actively encouraging any sightings of Daniel immediately. Superintendent Jim Weems said: "We remain open-minded as to the circumstances behind Daniel's disappearance, but naturally, as the search enters its fourth day, our concern for him is growing.
"His disappearance is completely out of character and we are extremely concerned for his welfare."
Reaching out directly to Daniel, he added: "You are not in any trouble, but we want to ensure that you are safe and well."
Gathering in Hope: A Vigil for Daniel
The Department of Computer Science and Chaplaincy invite students and colleagues to gather in solidarity and hope for Daniel Williams’ safe return. Members of the University community will gather at 5.15pm in 3Sixty on Whiteknights Campus. pic.twitter.com/CLu1lqlV4J
— Uni of Reading (@UniofReading) February 4, 2019
Police are appealing to anyone with information about Daniel's whereabouts: Call 101 quoting reference 1307 31/1.