South Wales Police is renewing its appeal for information on the 20th anniversary of the disappearance of 15 year-old Robert Williams.
Robert went missing from his home in Resolven, Neath on 22 March 2022.
Despite extensive enquiries and numerous appeals for information over the past 20 years, officers have been unable to find him.
Detective Inspector Dai Butt from South Wales Police said: “All outstanding missing person cases remain open and are revisited periodically in case new evidence comes to light. We remain committed to finding out what happened to Robert.
“I believe that the local communities of Resolven and Aberdulais holds key information that might help us understand what happened to him.
“It may seem challenging to recall details from 20 years ago, but no matter how small or insignificant you think the information you hold is, it could prove vital to our investigation and could help provide Robert’s family with much needed closure.
“20 years without answers has been agony for them – please if you hold information, it is not too late to do the right thing after all this time and come forward.”
(Lead image: South Wales Police)
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