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article imageThe band Muse teams up with MissingPeople to find Andrew Gosden

By KJ Mullins     Oct 19, 2009 in World
Andrew Gosden disappeared September 14, 2007, when he took a train to London King's Cross Station in Doncaster. He is now 16. One of his favorite bands when he went missing was Muse, and now his father will be going to Muse concerts to look for his son.
The band is teaming with MissingPeople reports Help Find My Child in hopes of finding young Andrew.
When Andrew left that fateful morning he only had 200 pounds and his Playstation with him. He bought a one-way ticket for London and disappeared.
His parents have since scoured London looking for their son. They have postered the town hoping that someone would come forward.
When Andrew left home he was a slim 5'3". His appearance could be much different today, as teenagers grow rapidly at this stage of life. While Andrew is blond he wanted to dye his hair black when he was still home.
Andrew was into the Goth scene when he was last seen. His favorite bands were Evanescence, Slipknot, Iron Maiden, Marilyn Manson and Muse. He enjoyed tourist attractions in London.
Andrew enjoyed going to museums. His favorite subjects were math, science, history and philosophy.
Two years ago Andrew and his father Kevin went to a Muse concert. Kevin will be at the Muse concert on November 4 to look for his son. He hopes he boy will appear in the crowd.
The Mirror quotes the distraught Kevin Gosden:
"If it was at all possible I believe Andrew would try and see Muse again.
"When we went it was his first rock concert and he absolutely loved it.
"Some of the tracks they played were his all-time favorites.
"We're going to go to the gig and give out leaflets in the hope that somebody might spot him. I've really just run out of ideas now about appealing for information.
"I suppose this is the last hope of finding out what has happened."
Anyone with information should call South Yorks Police on 0114-220 2020 or Missing People on 0500 700 700.
Missing Andrew Gosden
Missing Andrew Gosden
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Anyone with any information please help ease this family's nightmare. For two years they have longed to hug their son. Help them see this become a reality.
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