A team of six UCLan student volunteers are using their computing expertise to investigate an unsolved missing person case
Damien Nettles went missing at the age of 16 in mysterious circumstances on 2 November 1996. He has never been found.
The Nettles family have had the continued support of thousands of Islanders in their search for Damien. Campaigns for information leading to his remains take place as each year passes.
Rewards of £20,000 by the Police and £10,000 from a local businessman have sadly led nowhere in providing closure for Damien’s family.
Two years after the launch of the campaign for 'Damien's Law', and on the 22nd anniversary of his disappearance, the mother of the missing Isle of Wight teenager, Damien Nettles, brings the campaign to an end. But she hasn't given up looking for her son.
Friday, 2nd November, 2018 8:16am
By Sally Perry with one comment
Mother of missing Isle of Wight teenager, Damien Nettles, was recently a guest of honour at a carol service for the charity Missing People. She has also spoken about the campaign for the introduction of a Centre of Excellence in relation to missing people.