THE mum of a missing festival-goer has told of her pain after he vanished over a week ago.
Cameron Crowhurst, 31, was last seen getting on a train from Basingstoke to Bournemouth at around 7pm on Sunday, August 13, after attending Boomtown festival.
It's thought he left the festival a day early on Saturday after losing his phone.
Cops are now "increasingly concerned" for his welfare.
His mum Jacqueline Bird told ITV News of her heartbreak.
She said: "I can't see that he would have just gone off and wouldn't have let us know, or not contacted us.
"We think he might have got back off the train at Winchester to go and try and find his property, his suitcases and maybe his phone which was lost.
"The last footage of him was him getting on a train at Basingstoke – which was the Bournemouth train."
Cameron had gone to the festival alone after attending with friends in previous years.
Jacqueline said: "When he got here, he called me and said that he'd arrived, and that he was just going in. He said that it was quite busy at that time.
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"And then on the Thursday when he called me he seemed fine, and just himself just having a laugh and joke with me. And then I'm assuming either on the Thursday or the Friday morning, he's lost his phone.
"I've been calling him every day to to contact me, and on the Monday morning, I was waiting for him to come home. He didn't come home.
"On Tuesday morning, I called the festival, I called the police."
A police spokesperson said: "We are continuing to appeal for information to help to find Cameron who has gone missing from Birmingham.
"We are becoming increasingly concerned for his welfare.
"The 31-year-old is 5ft 9ins tall and is known to have also recently travelled to Hampshire."
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