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A British Tiktok climber who has flown to Tenerife to assist discover teenager Jay Slater has vowed not to surrender his search.

Paul Arnott paid £400 to fly out to the Spanish resort island final Saturday to assist discover the 19-year-old, who was final heard from early on June 17.

An intensive search has been happening in a bid to search out Jay, an apprentice bricklayer from Lancashire, who was strolling again to his lodging after spending the evening with folks he had met at a music competition on the island.

On Sunday morning, police on the island reportedly referred to as off their seek for {the teenager}, though the investigation is reported to stay open.

In a put up on his Down The Rapids account on Sunday, Mr Arnott stated he would proceed to seek for Jay – regardless of authorities ending their very own efforts.

He wrote: “I’m possibly going to move the search over to another area, either tomorrow (Monday) or this evening (Sunday) but I will tell you about that later.”

Speaking to the Daily Mail earlier this week, Mr Arnott stated the search to search out Jay had been ‘exhausting’ for him.

However, he added: “It’s been really hard work but I’m not giving up until we find Jay.”

Helicopters, drones and search canines have been deployed to search out the apprentice bricklayer.

On Friday, police on the island had appealed for volunteer associations, comparable to firefighters and particular person volunteers who’re consultants in rugged terrain to help in a “busqueda masiva” – large search – on Saturday.

Jay’s mom, Debbie Duncan, is on the island and has stated the household will use cash from a GoFundMe web page – which has raised greater than £44,000 – to pay for a personal search.