The image above is an artist's impression of how Q might look now in his late 30's.
We hope it may prompt someone to recognise him as a grown man - our old photos show him as a teenager.
May 1992 is a long time ago. Since then, the family has grown up, moved around the world, started their own families. 20 years later the search for Quentin goes on because it is so hard for all the family to just let it be.
So - what now?
We love him and want him to know he is still part of the family - and always will be. If he is wanting to live his own life that's OK, but it would be great to just know he is alright. Perhaps Q is living quietly somewhere in the world, perhaps he has found a partner in life and put down roots in a new community. That's what we would all wish for him.
It is possible that, because of his depression, Q has been in contact with health professionals or social workers so this group of people may have some knowledge of his whereabouts.......
The questions are still there as is the grief and sheer pain of not knowing anything. No news is not necessarily good news and we have had to learn to live with the never ending questions. So this is why the search continues............