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TV star detective uncovers 'important information' about missing Jay Slater's last movements in Tenerife

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A former police detective carrying out his own investigations into the disappearance of missing teenager Jay Slater has claimed he has uncovered 'important information' about his last movements.

Jay, 19, from Lancashire, vanished on the morning of June 17 after reportedly staying at a rural Airbnb rental in Masca, over 30km away from where he had partied at a rave the night before.

It was announced on Sunday (June 30) that the on-the-ground search for Jay, involving mountain rescue teams, police, fire crews and volunteers, along with assistance from drones, helicopters and sniffer dogs, had been called off after almost two weeks. READ MORE Jay Slater's devastated family rocked by online trolls, a search branded a 'PR stunt', and a police investigation that won't share anything The Civil Guard, leading the investigation, said that officers would continue to act on any tip-offs or other information that came in - but that the active work that has been ongoing since June 17 when the 19-year-old apprentice bricklayer was reported missing would cease.

Former policeman turned TV sleuth Mark Williams-Thomas, who himself flew out to the Spanish island to meet with Jay's family and vowed to 'get them answers', has now issued an update on social media as his investigations continue.

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