As the investigation into the disappearance of Théo Hayez remains in Australia, the district has established a call for volunteers to keep on searching over the weekend, signalling it’s perhaps not yet prepared to give up on efforts of locating the lost Belgian.
The news comes after local police said that they were calling off the physical search but continued to examine advice so far gathered.
The telephone had been started by local volunteers who have combined police in Assessing the city of Byron Bay the hopes of finding evidence that may make them find any hint of Hayez since his disappearance almost a month past.
“The more individuals onsite, the greater the chances of finding hints,” volunteer organiser Christos Tsesmetzis told local media.
Flyers together with Hayez’s photos, physical description and contact telephone numbers are also distributed as a member of their volunteer’s efforts.
The Belgian backpacker was last seen on May 31 because he was departing an establishment in Byron Bay, a popular Australian destination among travellers.
Weeks in to the search, volunteers and authorities concentrated their efforts in the area around a Byron Bay lighthouse, where Hayez’s phone signal was last detected.
But regardless of the extensive means deployed by local authorities to locate the female student –for example drones, sniffer dogs, specialised divers and climbers– two security videos will be the sole bit of tangible evidence detected since his disappearance was reported on June 6.
Hayez’s daddy flew right into Belgium earlier in the day in June, and gave an emotional press conference in which he uttered the district to their efforts and pledged not to leave Australia until his son has been found.
Australian researchers have admitted to being”baffled,” after weeks of searching have resulted in no substantial evidence of this lost Belgian, whose disappearance was clarified as out of personality, since he was put to come back to Belgium at the start of June.