THE hunt for missing Briton Jacqueline Tennant continued yesterday with the biggest deployment yet of Guardia Civil, Civil Protection and volunteers joining the search.
Yesterday, the Guardia Civil mountain rescue team moved the search from Alcudia to the Formentor cliffs. Tracker dogs were used again and a Guardia Civil helicopter provided air support. Jacqueline's two sisters Monique and Maxine helped the search but Monique reported yesterday afternoon that still no trace of their sister, who was last seen and heard of on October 90 in can Picafort where she had been working for the summer, had been found.
However, the family is not throwing in the towel she's my sister and we're confident, very confident of finding her Monique said. But, she is mystified over the delay Movistar is taking in tracing the signal of Jacqueline's last mobile call. It has been at least two weeks since the phone company received a judicial order to trace a call she received on the day she went missing while hiking. It is extremely frustrating, the information is vital for the search. We urgently need the trace and can't understand Movistar's behaviour. We're talking about somebody's life, she said. A postcard posted by Jacqueline on October 9 has also turned up and that could provide important clues to her movements.