27 Dec, 2023 @ 12:01
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Missing ‘vulnerable’ man, 22, who vanished from Spain’s Costa del Sol is FOUND in huge relief to his family

A YOUNG man who vanished from the Costa del Sol more than a month ago has finally been found by his family.

Adrian Fernandez, 22, disappeared from Fuengirola on November 25, sparking a month-long search by his mother Caroline and his British stepfather Sanjay.

The young man suffers from mental health issues and his family were desperate to track him down before Christmas.

His mother told the Olive Press late last night: “Thank you for all your help. We found Adrian this morning with someone who has seen his missing poster. He is not in good state physically and mentally but hope he will recover.

FOUND: Adrian Fernandez
Adrian had not been seen since November 25 before being found on Tuesday morning

“We just got home from hospital. He has been admitted to psychiatric department in Malaga. We really appreciate all your help to find our son. Thank you so much.”

READ MORE: Mother of British boy abducted by his father launches fresh appeal: Jayden, 14, is still believed to be between Spain and Portugal after failing to fly home over a year ago

The good news comes days after Caroline saw her son in the background of a YouTube video.

Adrian is believed to appear in a ‘Fuengirola walking video’, which consists of a person filming their point of view as they walk through the streets of the Costa del Sol city.

He was seen wearing his distinctive red jacket after around 1 minute and 30 seconds.

His worried mother Caroline previously told the Olive Press: “He has no money, food, water or any form of identification and I’m worried of his well-being.”

Laurence Dollimore

Laurence has a BA and MA in International Relations and a Gold Standard diploma in Multi-Media journalism from News Associates in London. He has almost a decade of experience and previously worked as a senior reporter for the Mail Online in London.

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