I would love to see him and just speak to him as I have missed him so much.The whole family has.' A 15 year old Italian schoolboy who videoed the English speaking man has led to the potential of Tom's whereabouts being solved.'There are times when I look at the photo we were sent and it looks like Tom. 'The picture is very low resolution so not all the features can be made out, but this is the best lead we have had since he went missing.Soon after he disappeared money was withdrawn from his account in Italy.While walking home from school last week he spotted a disheveled man sleeping rough in a flower bed.Concerned for his well being he called an ambulance but by the time it had arrived the man had walked off, but not before the teen had shot a video of him on his mobile phone.He left a brief note saying: 'I am going away for some time and don't know when I will be coming back.' Days later his bank card was used to withdraw 150 Euros from a cash machine in Ancona, Italy. Since then the family have had reports of sightings across Europe and the UK.Ben, who runs an art business, says the family have spent close to £100,000 in their 14 year search.
They did not have any luck but the story will be featured on a prime time TV show.
Ian and Jennifer Moore flew to Milan after being sent a photo of an English speaking man who they believe could be their son Tom.
A schoolboy in the Italian city thought he had recognised 45 year old Tom Moore after seeing his photograph in a backdrop to an appearance by the choir on the popular ITV show. The parents of Tom Moore (above), who has been missing for 14 years, face further agony today as a tip off sparked by the Britian's Got Talent choir has left them with more questions than answers Ian and Jennifer Moore flew to Milan after a 15-year-old Italian boy saw an English speaking homeless man on the street and thought he recognised him as Tom.
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The parents of a man missing for 14 years are flying back from Italy after failing to find their son following a potential sighting sparked by his photo being featured by Britain's Got Talent finalists The Missing People's choir.