No sign of Nathan on CCTV

| 02/03/2012

Nathan Clarke 24 Feb 2012.jpg(CNS): As police and volunteers continued their water search for Nathan Clarke on Friday, the RCIPS revealed that despite examining hours of CCTV footage from West Bay Road, there is still no sign of him on the tapes from Saturday 25 February leaving the beach area onto the roadway. Although there is still more CCTV, so far he appears not to have been caught on film collected from around the area. On day six of the search for the 3I-year-old British teaching assistant,18 police officers and 35 civilian volunteers continued with the water based search off Seven Mile Beach.

Divers and snorkelers are searching for any trace of Nathan or his property, and although his cell phone was recovered from the sea on Wednesday by a visiting cruise passenger, his black Fossil wallet has not yet been found.

Divers and snorkelers who wish to join the search on Saturday are being asked to attend at the police command vehicle at public beach car park by 8.30am. Police are stressing once again that searchers must report to police so that searches can continue to be professionally coordinated.

Nathan was last seen by his fiancée Lisa Beck on Saturday evening at around 8:30 close to the water’s edge outside Calico Jack’s beach bar. A few minutes later he disappeared from sight and has not been seen since.

When he was last seen he was wearing beige shorts and no shirt. The only trace so far has been of his mobile phone recovered from the ocean some fifty metres off shore from public beach.

Anyone who has information which could assist the enquiry is asked to contact West Bay police station on 949-3999.

Anyone who was within Calico Jack’s on Saturday evening is encouraged to send any photos or video taken within the beach bar to

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