Liverpool footballer Adam Lallana shows support for campaign to find missing Arthur Jones

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LIVERPOOL and England footballer Adam Lallana is one of the latest people to show support for the #findarthur campaign to find missing Denbigh man Arthur Jones.

Arthur has been missing since June 19. He was on a hiking holiday in Crete when he disappeared.

Since he went missing, his friends, family and members of the Denbigh community have mounted a tireless effort to find him.

They have held vigils, appealed to Downing Street and formed teams to scour areas of Crete close to where Arthur was last seen.

They have also called on celebrities to raise awareness of the search, including Ripper Street star Matthew Macfadyen, Game of Thrones actor Jerome Flynn, who also stars in Ripper street, and darts player Eric Bristow.

The latest to raise awareness was Adam Lallana, who is in New York with his Liverpool team-mates, including Daniel Sturidge, Raheem Sterling and Steven Gerrard.

Liverpool are currently in New York and that is where Lallana posed for the picture with the #findarthur sign at the request of fans.

 

Lallana did not feature in last night's friendly at Yankee Stadium. The Reds beat Premier League rivals Manchester City on penalties in front of more than 50,000 fans.

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