BRITISH resort representative Jacqueline Tennant was last seen in Majorca on the morning of October 8 as she headed off one of may hikes around the island but sister Monique was back in Palma yesterday and refuses to give up the search for her sister who spent last summer working as a swimming teacher and children's rep for First Chioice in the family resort of C'an Picafort.
Jacqueline, who would have celebrated her 46th birthday this year, is thought to have suffered an accident while hiking in the north west of Majorca but Monique and her family want closure and are not giving up the hunt until Jacqueline is found in what state she may be, 42-year-old Monique told the Bulletin in Palma yesterday.
Last week to mark the first anniversary of Jacqueline's disappearance, a vigil was held at school near where Monique and Jacqueline lived in Croydon. We also fasted for 24 hours and prayed a lot - asking God where she is so we can find her and take back home. It's been a very emotional time. Most of our family don't live in the UK (some members came all the way from New York to help the search last year) but we keep in close contact all the time and we're holding together well, she said.