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carmelo2Updated 18 November: Carmelo remains missing for what is now the ninth day, and as I reported on Monday, the search has now been widened to cover the whole of Tenerife. Locally, Adeje Ayuntamiento has issued a request for people not to give up hope, and to continue to search and to publicise the details concerning Carmelo and attempts to find him. If anyone can help locate him, phone 112 or the local police central number in Adeje, 922 71 65 08. Carmelo’s family has also issued 922 831 091 or 654 931 131 as contact numbers.

The council says that over 3,000 posters have been printed and distributed, that search teams have involved Adeje local police, the national police, the Guardia Civil, civil protection groups, local fire-fighter crews, and council staff and local residents.  Also involved have been members of the regional government’s emergency service (GES), the Anaga emergency body (AEA), the Red Cross, and the judicial wing of the Guardia Civil who are running an official investigation into his disappearance.

Updated 14 November: Adeje Ayuntamiento says that although initially it was thought that Carmelo couldn’t have got very far, the lack of result from the intensive and extensive search effort has resulted in the search area being widened to cover the whole of Tenerife, including tracker dogs.

Carmelo Antonio Díaz Pezcoso remains missing since he disappeared last Wednesday evening. The council reiterates that any sighting should be communicated immediately to 112 or Adeje Local Police on 922 71 65 08. As I posted below, the family has also issued 922 831 091 or 654 931 131 as contact numbers.

Updated 12 November. Carmelo remains missing despite a major operation carried out by a wide range of searchers including security teams, council, family and friends. The family say that they are seriously concerned for Carmelo, being “very worried because of his delicate health”, and have issued another photo in the hope that a different aspect might help someone locate him.

Original post 10 November: The family of Carmelo Antonio Díaz Pezcoso are asking for help to locate him after he went out for a walk in the Adeje area around 7pm yesterday evening and failed to return. He is a diabetic who needs medication and who may be disorientated. When last seen he was wearing orange shorts and a green shirt, and was in the Las Torres area near Mercadona/Sagrera. He has light coloured eyes and yellow-tinted glasses due to sight problems related to his diabetes. The family are very concerned and would appreciate any help in finding him – the contact details are 922 831 091 or 654 931 131 – or you can call call 112 or Adeje Policía Local on 922 74 72 06.

 

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