the Police on the island of Guernsey sets the search of the argentinian footballer Emiliano Sala and the pilot in the flight on Monday disappeared.
The police said on Twitter Thursday afternoon.
3.15 pm Update. the— Guernsey Police (@GuernseyPolice) January 24, 2019
Please read the attached statement. the
Unless there is a significant development, there will be no further updates pic.twitter.com/jbEIFMB3zi
the Police have, despite the help from other authorities have neither been able to find traces of the plane or after the two passengers.
the Chance that Emiliano Sala and pilot David Ibbotson is alive, is extremely small, writing the police.
Although the authorities stop the search, have you asked the ships and aircraft passing through the area to keep an eye on the tracks from either the aircraft or passengers.
the Police report that you have searched an area of approximately 4400 square kilometres - in some places more than once - and examined telephone data and satellite imagery in the course of the search.
Overall, the search lasted more than 24 hours, and along the way has been used three airplanes, five helicopters and two lifeboats.
The 28-year-old argentine was on his way to Wales, after he on Saturday was bought free of her contract with French FC Nantes for an amount equivalent to approximately 127 million.
He had just signed a three-and-a-half-year long contract with the Premier League club Cardiff City.
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