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The search on foot has ended today, the chief of the Civil Guard's mountain rescue operation has said, after helicopters have spent hours circling the colossal ravines that are at the epicentre of the search of missing Jay Slater.

Warren Slater, 58, and his son Zak, 24, were seen today alongside emergency services and volunteers at the remote mountain spot outside the village of Masca where Jay's mobile phone last pinged.

Two police helicopters have spent more than three hours flying around the main search areas that are the focus for emergency workers, rescuers, and volunteers.

Another search began today, after the Civil Guard put out a call to arms to redouble efforts to look for the missing 19-year-old.

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