The sister of a missing man mentioned their household is ‘desperate to get him out of that dark river’.
A search of the River Tyne came about on Saturday for Alex Johnson after his sister’s heartbreaking attraction.
Alex, 24, from Chester-le-Road, County Durham, is believed to have fallen from the Tyne Bridge in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
Ashleigh Marr mentioned: ‘I will probably be at the river on a regular basis searching for him till we discover him.
‘Please could I ask anyone, people who knew Alex and people who didn’t, to come collectively and assist us on this search.
‘We are desperate to get him out of that dark river and bring him into the light. It’s time to deliver him dwelling.’
She mentioned her brother was sporting a inexperienced parka jacket, gray joggers and blue Nike trainers when he disappeared.
Ashleigh continued: ‘The realm believed to be the almost certainly space could be very huge and covers from the Tyne Bridge up to Blaydon.
‘The river is dark, cold and dirty. Please help us get our Alex out of there. He shouldn’t be in there.’
She urged individuals to meet her at the Gatehead aspect at present to seek for Alex.
Northumbria Police confirmed to The Chronicle that the pressure had acquired a report of a priority for welfare of a man on the Tyne Bridge at 2.15am on Tuesday.
Inquiries stay ongoing, and Northumbria Police has urged anybody with info to contact 101 quoting reference quantity 60 16/04/19.