A Lithuanian man who has been missing from his Aldershot home since last Monday (March 3) is yet to be located, despite a tip-off leading to a frantic search.
Lukas Litvinskas, 20, was last seen when he left his home in Burlington Court, in Cargate Grove, saying he was going to collect rent money from the bank.
An appeal was set up by his worried sister Aiste, who has come to the UK to help with the search, but only one call has been received by someone who said they saw a man matching Lukas's description in Guildford town centre at around 5pm on Tuesday.
His flatmate and sister quickly went to the town to ask shopkeepers if they had any information, but it was not conclusive whether the man was Lukas.
He is described as 5ft 5in tall and of slim build. He was wearing a black hat, black coat, dark jeans and combat boots when he was last seen. He was said to have his passport, wallet, keys, mobile phone and a lighter on him.
Lukas has lived in the UK since last August, having travelled over to seek a job with school friend Aivaras Skrodenis, 21, who studies at the University for the Creative Arts in Farnham. The pair rent their flat with one other man.
"He went into our flatmate's room to ask him for a cigarette and said he was going out," said Aivaras.
"It is very unusual, that's the point. He has never done this before."
A spokesman for Hampshire Constabulary said officers were making "a lot of enquiries" in order to try and locate Lukas.
"He is still missing so we would appeal for anyone to come forward with any information," they said.
Anyone who can help should call the Hampshire Constabulary on 101.