Harvey Parker: Police release CCTV images of missing 20-year-old man in London

Harvey Parker left the Heaven venue near Charing Cross railway station in London in the early hours of Friday morning.

Gemma Bradley
Wednesday 22 December 2021 07:23
Harvey Parker’s relatives have taken to social media to ask for help in locating him (Metropolitan Police/PA)
Harvey Parker’s relatives have taken to social media to ask for help in locating him (Metropolitan Police/PA)

Police have released CCTV images of a missing 20-year-old man at the nightclub in London where he was last seen.

Harvey Parker left Heaven nightclub near Charing Cross railway station in Westminster at around 2.15am on Friday December 17.

Further CCTV footage shows Mr Parker then entering Craven Street and walking south towards the Embankment, but he has not been seen since.

CCTV images released on December 21 of Harvey Parker leaving Heaven Nightclub (Metropolitan Police)

Mr Parker, from Lambeth in south London, is 5ft 8ins tall and has a slight build.

Detective Sergeant Dick Nation, from the Central South Safeguarding Unit, said: “We have not been able to contact Harvey, and his family have still heard nothing from him. There is no reason why he should have gone missing and his family and friends are extremely worried by his disappearance.

“To assist the public, we are releasing images of Harvey from the night he went missing.

“This is a terrible ordeal for Harvey’s family and friends and I would urge anyone who saw him or has any information to contact police immediately.”

CCTV images released on December 21 of Harvey Parker leaving Heaven Nightclub (Metropolitan Police)

The Theatre Royal Stratford East said Mr Parker was a front-of-house member of staff and issued an appeal for help to find him.

The tweet was shared by playwright Jonathan Harvey and others.

A friend said the University of York music student had been to a Little Simz concert in Brixton, south London, before going to Heaven nightclub.

Little Simz has since retweeted an appeal by a friend of Mr Parker.

Mr Parker’s relatives have also taken to social media to ask for help in locating him, including his uncle who tagged LBC presenter James O’Brien in the appeal.

Mr O’Brien responded, saying he would mention Mr Parker on his show and that he had seen a missing poster on his way in to work.

Westminster School in London also tweeted an appeal using the hashtag #FindHarvey, stating he was a former pupil.

Anyone with information is asked to call 101 or tweet @MetCC, quoting CAD 3134/18DEC21.

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