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A attainable new picture of Jay Slater has emerged from his Snapchat account – and one detective has revealed why he’s “confident” it the teenager within the picture.

The former British police detective Mark Williams-Thomas, who has labored on various high-profile lacking individuals circumstances, has been working with Jay’s household.

Jay Slater, from Lancashire, went lacking on Monday, June 17, after attending a two day pageant and going again to an condominium with new mates he met on the occasion.

During his remaining name to his buddy Lucy at 8am native time on the day of his disappearance, the 19-year-old stated his cellphone had just one p.c battery, he was thirsty and he didn’t know the place he was – the stroll again to the condominium would have been round 11 hours.

A brand new picture has emerged seemingly posted to Slater’s Snapchat account of a hand holding a cigarette at 7.30pm, simply an hour earlier than phoning his buddy Lucy.

Mark, who flew out to Tenerife to assist with the search, stated he’s “confident” that the picture is of Jay carrying his “black and green AirMax trainers, which he had on the night he went out”.

The detective additionally revealed that the teenager advised mates he had taken a £12,000 Rolex from an individual.

He stated: “On route Jay posted a Snapchat saying that they had taken a £12,000 Rolex from a person. We have been unable to validate this in terms of a reported theft.

“However, mates of Jay he wouldn’t make this up and the watch was the topic of a later dialog between them.

Jay’s mum Debbie Duncan launched a brand new assertion and film of her son two days after the authorities made the troublesome resolution name off the search on Saturday.

She stated: “My son, Jay Dean Slater, came to the holiday island of Tenerife on the 13th of June with his friend to attend a music festival.

“We do not know something in regards to the investigation. We’re leaving it to the police.

“Let’s maintain it going, maintain it alive. Let them (the police) get on with it, we’ve bought to belief in these folks.”