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A glimmer of hope has been solid over the harrowing seek for lacking Lancashire teenager Jay Slater in Tenerife, as a former Missing Persons chief highlighted a vital clue that might slender down the search space.

Mike Neville, ex-head of Lambeth’s Missing Persons unit, spoke on GB News concerning the vital improvement that Jay had made contact with a good friend shortly earlier than his disappearance, permitting search efforts to focus on a extra particular location.

Drawing parallels to the latest tragic case of TV character Dr. Michael Mosley, who was discovered deceased after vanishing on the Greek island of Simi, Neville remarked: “I do hope this comes to a successful conclusion.

“It’s just like the tragedy of Mosley right here as a result of whenever you have a look at the park, it is a related atmosphere.”

He continued, stressing the importance of the phone call Jay made, “But as a result of he made that telephone name, they can pinpoint that space. It’s completely different in that method to Mosley, It’s a tighter space. The police can be conducting all kinds of search groups and utilizing helicopters and probably drones. Park rangers will know explicit tracks and the place finest to go looking. I’m certain the Spanish police can be placing collectively knowledgeable and coordinated search.”

Adding to the discussion, host Andrew Pierce noted that Jay’s youth and health might give him an advantage in surviving the challenging conditions, contrasting with the older Dr. Mosley’s situation.

Andrew expressed his concern for the missing lad, saying: “Looking on the images of him, he’s a match lad, let’s simply hope he has discovered a supply of water and my prayers go to his mum and the remainder of his household,” He followed this with a ray of hope: “Hopefully he’s simply dehydrated and the police are capable of deal with him.”

Mike highlighted another positive aspect in Jay’s case; his last sighting was landlocked avoiding potential maritime risks. “The good factor right here is, it is away from the ocean”, Mike noted, then added, “The hazard is that if individuals go within the sea. That actually is an issue. He does look like on land in that island.”

Jay hails from Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire and was final heard from on Monday, when he referred to as his good friend, Lucy, confessing he was disoriented and in want of water whereas making an attempt a frightening 11-hour stroll again to his lodgings.

During the decision, Jay disclosed that he had attended a rave with some newfound pals, missed his bus again and was consequently attempting to trudge his manner again armed with nothing however a dwindling telephone battery. His final identified location was Rural de Teno park, a hilly terrain frequented by hikers earlier than his cellular went lifeless.

The seek for Jay continues.