Cyprus Mail

British man still missing

Despite door to door inquiries and searches involving dogs and a helicopter Ayia Napa police say they have yet to find British tourist, Waleryk George Jackow 69, reported missing by his family.

Jackow’s son told police that his father, an Alzheimer’s sufferer, left his hotel room on Monday at 7.30am and has not been seen since.

At the time of his disappearance he was wearing dark blue jeans, a blue t-shirt and blue shoes. He also had an orange bracelet that belonging to the hotel on his wrist and was carrying a black shoulder bag.

He is described as slim, bald, brown eyed and around 1.70m in height.

On Monday night, police used dogs to search the area around the hotel where the family was staying. Officers also searched the harbour, Cape Greco, Nisi Avenue, Makronissos, and Ayia Thekla.

Photographs of the man have been handed out and enquiries carried out all throughout the popular tourist resort, without however any results so far.

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