The lifeless body of a woman was found Tuesday floating near the lighthouse and the pier in the tourist town of Puerto de la Cruz, 500 meters out to sea, in the north of Tenerife. Sources close to the case confirm that it is the corpse of a british 29-year-old, who disappeared that bears disappeared from last Thursday. The body has been transferred to the Institute of forensic Medicine to complete the necropsy.
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⚠️⚠️MISSING ⚠️⚠️ a best friend of mine has been missing for almost 2 days now! Anyone in the Spain, Tenerife area, please engrave this girls face in your brain! Please look out for this girl, Amy Gerard. Shes 28, English but can speak Spanish, tall, slim build, blonde curly hair, blue eyes! Last seen in black ugg boots, jeans and jacket in Tenerife around 12.30 am Friday morning. Please contact police if she is seen, there are a lot of people worried about her whereabouts!!!! @amylouise1512 @staceey90 @laurapratt93 #tenerife #expatlife #expat #missing Maksibet #english #English #orcatrainer #loroparque
The last time that Amy Lousie Gerard, the missing woman, was seen was the night of the 29th of November at the pub Molly Malone of this tourist town. After a few drinks, Amy left the bar after midnight approximately and since then, they lost his trail. According to the british tabloids, which spread images of Amy the night of his disappearance, he had been partying with her boyfriend and co-workers.
His colleagues in the Loro Parque denounced his absence. Gerard, a graduate in Science of animal behavior at the University of Lincoln (east of England), worked until its demise as a trainer of dolphins and killer whales. In your environment is defined as a person, cheerful, sociable and integrated in the island.
For four days, members of the Group of Emergency and Rescue of the Canary islands Government, Civil Guard, National Police and Red Cross have searched for land, sea and air until the morning of this Tuesday, in which it has been found the body. The body has wounds, according to reports police sources, but may have been caused by the blow with the rock. The researchers do not rule out any hypothesis, including the violent death.