A CHARITY is appealing for help to try and track down a North-East man on the fifteenth anniversary of his disappearance.

Steven Clark was 23 years old when he went missing from Marske, east Cleveland, on December 28, 1992.

Despite extensive enquiries over the years, there has been no news since and his current whereabouts remain a mystery.

Brian Cowan, spokesman for the Missing People charity said: "We urge anyone with news regarding Steven's disappearance to contact the charity on our 24 hour Freefone number. All calls are confidential.

"Steven can also call our confidential service where he can leave a message reassuring his loved ones of his wellbeing that we can forward on his behalf. He does not have to say where he is."

As part of its renewed appeal, Missing People has included Steven on its online 'missing map' available at www.missingpeople.org.uk/map Steven is 6ft, of medium build, with dark brown hair and blue eyes. He has a disability to his left arm, which means it can't be used and limps from a problem to his left foot.

If you have seen Steven or have news of his whereabouts, please call the confidential 24 hour charity Missing People on Freefone 0500 700 700 or email seensomeone@missingpeople.org.uk Mr Cowan can also use the Message Home service on Freefone 0800 700 740 if he wants to contact his family.