New footage released of man who disappeared 28 years ago as cops hunt killers

Police have released new footage of a man who went missing 28 years ago in the hopes of finally finding his killers.

Steven Clark, 23, vanished on December 28, 1992, and his body has never been found.

His parents Doris, 82, and Charles, 78, were arrested on suspicion of his murder in September but denied any wrongdoing.

A short clip has now been released by detectives from the Cleveland and North Yorkshire Cold Case Unit as they continue the search for his killers.

It shows Steven’s “distinctive” walk caused by a childhood road accident and also his voice.

The film, taken from a training video for the Redcar branch of the Rathbone Society charity in the 1990s, was last shown in 1993 in TV appeals about his disappearance.

Detective Chief Inspector Shaun Page said: "These clips were made public not long after he went missing, but we are releasing it as part of the new investigation in the hope that people who see it and come forward, if they haven't spoken to us already.

"This year, the bank holiday falls in exactly the same way as it did the year that Steven went missing and many beachgoers will walk around Saltburn as they did then.”

Steven, from Marske-by-the-Sea, Cleveland, had been walking on the beach from Marske to Saltburn at around 3pm when he vanished.

The missing persons report says that he went to use the gents' public toilets near to the pier on the promenade in Saltburn, when his mother went into the ladies at the same time.

Officers said he was not seen coming out of the toilets and the report says that he did not return home.

Two people have been arrested and have been released under investigation.

Anyone with information can use the Major Incident Public Portal via, call Cleveland Police on 101 or Crimestoppers, which is offering a £10,000 reward, on 0800 555 111.

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