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Newly launched footage has proven lacking 19-year-old Jay Slater at a rave in Tenerife simply hours earlier than he vanished.

Slater, who was final heard from at 8:50 am on Monday, was seen navigating by way of crowds on the NRG music pageant on the evening of June 16.

He later left the rave with two British males to their secluded Airbnb an hour away and has not been seen since.

Before disappearing, the apprentice bricklayer messaged his buddy Lucy Law, informing her he was at an house in Masca, northwest Tenerife, 19 miles away, and was looking for his approach again.

Despite a complete search involving helicopters, mountain rescue canines, and drones, Jay has been lacking for 4 days, elevating fears of potential abduction.

His final identified communication was a determined name to Lucy at 8:30 AM on Monday, stating he was misplaced within the mountains and in want of water, along with his telephone battery critically low.

Lucy has since launched a GoFundMe web page to assist the search efforts, which has raised roughly £20,000 in direction of a £30,000 aim.

In an emotional plea, she detailed the occasions main as much as Jay’s disappearance, expressing her misery and urging folks to assist.

Jay’s mom, Debbie, has additionally made a tearful public attraction.

“If anyone does have him, just let him go, he’s not a bad person, maybe he’s got in with some strangers who’ve befriended him”, she stated.

She added: “I’m not stupid, I’ve been to Tenerife before, I’ve worked abroad myself and I gave him warnings, I just think if anyone has got him let him go, he’s not a bad person.”

The search is targeted on the rugged terrain across the village of Masca, a notoriously harmful space the place many rescue operations have been carried out.

Spanish authorities proceed to deal with Jay as a lacking particular person, with no official statements suggesting kidnapping as a line of inquiry.