Humberside Police have released images of the car in which Damion Vernon was last seen driving to Wakefield.
Damion, from Bridlington, was reported to the police as missing on Tuesday 9 December 2014.
He is thought to have travelled to Wakefield on Monday 8 December.
The route he took was along the A164 to Howden, then onto the M62 leaving at Junction 31, onto the A655, turning left at the traffic lights onto the A645 and into the BP filling Station then back out onto the A645 towards Wakefield. He then continued towards Wakefield on the A638 Doncaster Road before turning right into Elm Tree Road and immediate left into Sycamore Street where he left the vehicle and walked up an alleyway between the houses.
Damion was expected to return home but has not been in contact with his family since. There have been no sightings of Damion since his disappearance.
Humberside Police Detective Chief Inspector Matthew Baldwin who is investigating the disappearance of Damion Vernon said: “I am keen for any information from people who may have witnessed this vehicle along this journey but who have not put the missing person enquiry together with it.
“Someone must have seen this vehicle travelling between Bridlington and Wakefield on the 8 December and I am asking for them to call us with any information they might have”.
Damion’s brother, Aaron James Vernon, added: “The most he has ever gone missing for before is a couple of hours.
“It’s totally out of character. Wherever you are, just come home Damion.”
The mother of Damion’s child, Kerry-anne Helm, said: “I just want him home for his daughter’s sake so I can stop worrying.”
Anyone who knows any details of the whereabouts of Damion Vernon is asked to call Humberside Police on 101 quoting log 438 of 09 December 2014.