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Contestant on Ibiza Weekender went missing five days ago as friends appeal for help

An Ibiza Weekender star has been missing for five days after reportedly meeting a ‘secret man with a van’ to travel back to Lithuania.

Vidmante Bukelyte, 21, is at the centre of a search today as friends appealed for help days after she was last seen with a suitcase on Thursday night.

She was last known to be in the Kensington area of Liverpool but could be in the Anfield area, reported the Liverpool Echo

Ms Bukelyte, who appeared on an episode of ITV 2’s Ibiza Weekender in 2018, had stayed with a mystery man before leaving his house at 2am on Friday.

Vidmante Bukelyte (pictured), 21, is at the centre of a search today as friends appealed for help days after she was last seen with a suitcase on Thursday night

Vidmante Bukelyte (pictured), 21, is at the centre of a search today as friends appealed for help days after she was last seen with a suitcase on Thursday night

Vidmante Bukelyte (pictured), 21, is at the centre of a search today as friends appealed for help days after she was last seen with a suitcase on Thursday night

Ms Bukelyte, who appeared on an episode of ITV 2's Ibiza Weekender in 2018, had stayed with a mystery man before leaving his house at 2am on Friday

Ms Bukelyte, who appeared on an episode of ITV 2's Ibiza Weekender in 2018, had stayed with a mystery man before leaving his house at 2am on Friday

Ms Bukelyte, who appeared on an episode of ITV 2’s Ibiza Weekender in 2018, had stayed with a mystery man before leaving his house at 2am on Friday

Her best friend Paul McCabe said friends were getting increasingly concerned because it was out of character for Ms Bukelyte to turn her phone off.

She was wearing a grey coloured jacket and blue jeans but may have changed into different clothes because she had a suitcase with her. 

Mr McCabe said: ‘It is very unusual behaviour and very out of character as she would never be off her phone as it’s her life. The phone hasn’t been on since Thursday which is very concerning for the people who know her.

Her best friend Paul McCabe said friends were getting increasingly concerned because it was out of character for Ms Bukelyte to turn her phone off

Her best friend Paul McCabe said friends were getting increasingly concerned because it was out of character for Ms Bukelyte to turn her phone off

Ms Bukelyte

Ms Bukelyte

Her best friend Paul McCabe said friends were getting increasingly concerned because it was out of character for Ms Bukelyte (pictured) to turn her phone off

‘We are at a loss and we do not know what else to do.’

The last contact anyone had with her was a phone message to a friend asking them to call her on an unknown person’s number. 

Mr McCabe said his friend was planning on meeting an unknown man who had a van and had promised to help her travel to Lithuania. 

A possible sighting was reported in Birkenhead, Merseyside, and Merseyside Police have opened an investigation. 

Anyone who has any information is being urged to call police on 101, with reference 457 of February 19 2021 and to give her name ‘Vidmante Bukelyte’.

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